Reading boss Paul Ince has shut down any rumours of him moving club, saying he feels at home in Berkshire.

Rumours had circulated over the international break that Cardiff City, who had just sacked manager Steve Morison, were considering the former England captain as an option.

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Ince- who took charge on a full time basis in the summer after an interim spell- was nominated for August Manager of the Month after leading the Royals to third in the Championship.

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Quick to cool any rumours, he believes there's something to be built at RG2.

"I love coming to work and I love the players, they’re great," he started. "They give me their all on the training ground, that’s important to me. I have a great relationship with Mark Bowen. We’ve talked about structuring the club.

"It’s slow at the minute because we have so many games, but we understand the situation the club is in, the owner understands the situation the club is in, and the fans understand the situation we’re in. In that way, it makes my job easier. We need to pick up results and keep the team in the league but when we lost to Sunderland 3-0 there was no booing.

"I feel I have more time to achieve what I want to achieve here than anywhere else. I wouldn’t say I feel complacent, but I feel happy here. The owner lets us get on with it and has put a lot of money into the club."

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Previously manager at clubs like Macclesfield Town and Blackpool, the Manchester United legend has experienced it all in football.

Comparing owner Mr Dai to past chiefs, it's chalk and cheese.

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"I worked with Karl Oyston at Blackpool, and it wasn’t a great experience. This owner let’s us get on with it. We’re trying to bring the fans closer to the players. Why would I want to leave that?

"If you look at my managerial career, I’ve been at clubs for eight months, never for more than two or three years. I feel more confident in what we’re trying to do to make it a special club.

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"It can be a special club. It will take time, like anything, but I feel I will get more time than most managers to achieve what I want to achieve at this football club."