Martin Dubravka has ruled out a move away from Newcastle.

    Juventus have scouted the keeper, but he insists he is 100% focused on the fight for Premier League survival underway on Tyneside.

    Dubravka has been one of the Magpies’ bright sports of the last year, after signing from Sparta Prague for £4.3million in the summer following an impressive loan spell.

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    “I am very happy here,” he said. “To be honest, I am completely focused on my job here and that is what I am concentrating on right now. I know a lot of people have been asking me if I will stay or not, but I am happy now and I am not thinking about any other club.

    “For me, I am just focused 100% on doing my job for Newcastle United and making sure we stay in the Premier League.”

    He faces a busy game away to Chelsea on Saturday evening, as 15th placed Newcastle, with one win in their last nine games, try to stay out of the bottom three.

    Manager Rafa Benitez is looking at a tough January in the transfer market, with little movement expected at this stage.

    Dubravka added: “We are not focused on these things because we cannot do anything about that.

    We, as players, are just focused on our job.

    “We try to train well, listen to what the gaffer says, and try to do it on the pitch. Then everything else is up to the manager and the club to see if they bring in players.

    “We will see what is going to happen but what we have to do as players is to keep fighting for the points because that’s what we need.”

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