Pulis rejects quit talk
Tony Pulis has rejected claims he could walk out on Crystal Palace due to problems signing new players in January.
Pulis was appointed Eagles manager in November and has taken them out of the relegation zone to 16th in the league, although they remain only two points above the bottom three.
The January transfer window has proved to be tough for the Premier League side, with no fresh faces so far.
But Pulis has dismissed out of hand the speculation that he could walk away from the south London club.
The former Stoke manager told the South London Press: "It sells papers.
"I've never done that before and I'm not going to do that now.
"It is a lot of nonsense. I came here to do a job and I want to get that job done."