Peckham-born striker, Danny Haynes, will remain at Barnsley for the duration of the 2011/12 league campaign, according to the club's coach, Keith Hill. The news comes just a few weeks after Barnsley's director, Don Rowing, said that the Yorkshire side would not entertain the 23-year-old's suitors. “He is a Barnsley player”, Rowing said.

Haynes' presence at the club will certainly influence the championship football betting. The speculation surrounding Haynes' future is something of an mystery, according to Hill. “I've not had one enquiry for Danny Haynes”, the former Rochdale player said. “I don't know where the rumours are coming from.” The manager's comments stand in stark contrast to recent reports in the media, which link Haynes with a move to Burnley, Leicester, Portsmouth, and Hull.

Haynes' apparent connection to Burnley is something of a tradition. The 'rumour mill' has already churned out a story linking the forward to the Lancastrians, this year. Hill claims that the falsehoods shadowing Haynes on a daily basis are “unnerving and upsetting” the youngster. “You can't help but see it, read it, feel it”, the Barnsley coach explained.

The footballer, who joined the Tykes earlier this year, in January, has notched up six goals in 24 appearances for Barnsley. His previous clubs include Bristol City, Ipswich, and Millwall, as part of a loan deal.

Haynes collected five caps for the England U19 squad in 2007, but he has failed to secure further employment in international competition, in recent years. He will be hoping to see Barnsley up a division and involved in the premier leauge football betting.

Haynes, who has two years left to run on his contract at Oakwell, has played in all of Barnsley's games, this season, including their Carling Cup match against Morecambe, a fortnight ago, and the Tykes fixture at the Madejski Stadium, where they claimed their first win of the season against Reading.

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Whitey said...

no offence Nick but when or where have either Rowing or Hill actually said that Danny is staying put??
nowhere.. they have said no interest.. but they havent said no sale..
we all know he's gone as soon as/if an offer comes in..