I've unfinished business with Wrexham - Jay.Byline: MARK CURRIE Mark Currie may refer to:
MIDFIELDER Jay Harris Not to be confused with Jay Harris (sportscaster).
Jay Harris (born April 15, 1987) is an English professional footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Accrington Stanley. He is a product of the Everton F.C. Academy. says he has unfinished business at Wrexham and has never considered a move away from the Racecourse.
Although the 25-year-old former Chester and Accrington Stanley player is contracted to the Dragons until the end of next season, there was widespread speculation over the summer that the club's second successive play-off exit in May might prompt an early exit.
But Harris, who served a 12-month ban following a betting scandal and was given a route back into football by former Wrexham manager Dean Saunders Dean Nicholas Saunders (born 21 June, 1964 in Swansea, Wales) was a Welsh footballer and was a prolific forward.
He is probably best known for playing for Aston Villa. in 2010, insists he is happy and settled.
"I don't know where that came from because I'm a Wrexham player and I'm under contract, so I'm going nowhere," he said yesterday.
"There was a clause in my contract that if a Football League club came in for me I could consider the offer, but that was up to me.
"For the time being I want to stay here because I want to help Wrexham to win promotion.
"That is what I'm focused on and I'm looking forward to the start of the season.
"In my first season here we came fourth and missed out in the play-offs and last year we were second, so we are making progress. Hopefully we will finish top this year. "I've been here two seasons because Wrexham gave me a chance and I want to prove to everyone that I want to get the club back into the league and show how good I can be.
"For the time being I'm a Wrexham player and this is where I want to be."
Harris is convinced the Dragons will be challenging for promotion again next season, despite the departure of players such as Nat Knight-Percival, Chris Maxwell Chris Maxwell BA(Hons), LLB (Melbourne), BPhil ( Oxford ) is an Australian jurist.
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Brought up in Market Bosworth, he played for the Leicestershire County Cricket Club from under-15 to under-19 level. will bring in top calibre replacements in addition to former Blackpool striker Brett Ormerod, who signed a two-year deal at the beginning of this week "The people who don't want to be here can go because we need players who want to play for us and want to win games," added Harris.
"The gaffer knows what he wants and who he wants and that is only going to make us better. The players who do come in will be expected to do as well, if not better, than those who have left."
As the first week of pre-season draws to a close, Harris admits that he and his fellow players are already champing at the bit to get the new season under way against Woking at the Racecourse on August 11.
"Everyone has to get fit, but everyone can't wait for the first game on August 11," he said. "That can't come quickly enough for us, but for the time being players have to earn their place in that line-up and the way to do that is by doing well in the friendlies.
"There is not a starting XI at the moment and people have to cement their places in the month ahead. I don't want to be sitting on the bench for the Woking game, so I know what I've got to do.
"If I don't have a good pre-season the manager has every right to put me on the bench because no-one is guaranteed a place - apart from the manager that is!"
Wrexham's Jay Harris saves from the spot as the Dragons return to pre-season training and says he has unfinished business at the club