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Former Reds midfielder states patience is key to his return

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Father and son Liverpool FCSKY Sports News has reported that Blackpool winger Tom Ince has claimed that he is not going to rush a move back to the Premiership, and will only return when he feels he is ready, amid former club Liverpool’s interest in bringing him back to Anfield.

Ince rose through the youth ranks at Liverpool before departing for Blackpool in 2011. The 21 year old could have returned to Anfield in January but the two clubs could not reach a mutual agreement.

However, despite this setback, the Reds appear set to launch a fresh bid to bring the forward back in the summer transfer window.

Ince has been in impressive form for Blackpool this season, and was rewarded with the Football League Young Player of the Year award last weekend as a commendation for his efforts.

Now playing under his father, former Liverpool captain Paul, Ince revealed that he is flattered by the speculation and interest but is adamant that he wants to ensure that he feels he can move at peak form.

“It’s great having that speculation and it’s very flattering. Every player wants to play at the top level but that comes with time and patience.

“I’ve just turned 21. I need to make mistakes and learn from them. I need to make sure that if I go to the Premier League, I am ready to go.”

Ince has scored 18 goals for Blackpool in the Championship this season.
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