Kingson puts Pool talks on hold

The Ghana international, who featured against England at Wembley on

Tuesday night, has established himself as a regular first-choice

keeper for the Seasiders this season. Kingson, who joined Ian

Holloway’s side from Wigan on a one-year deal last September, is

out of contract with the Premier League club in the summer. The

32-year-old is happy to remain with Pool, but says he will wait

until the end of the campaign to speak to the club over a new deal.

He told “Yes, I would want to stay but I will leave

that till when the season is all over. “It has taken a lot of hard

work to get games in the Premiership. It’s a tough league to play

in but I have dug in well.” Kingson is likely to feature when Pool

travel to Fulham on Sunday, when they will look to strengthen their

bid for top-flight survival. Holloway’s men currently sit 15th in

the table and just a point clear of the drop zone with eight games