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Forward David Klemmer has denied suggestions he has asked for a request to leave the Bulldogs.

Speaking after the loss to the Panthers at ANZ Stadium, the 23-year old confirmed he is working through a number of issues and is hopeful of seeing out his current contract with the club.

“There’s been no asking. There's a couple of things me and the club are working through, we're just trying to put those in place and fix all those and get everything on track,” Klemmer said.

“It’s a bit frustrating but we’re working together and everything’s on the right track. I love the club. I don’t want to leave here,” he added.

Head Coach Des Hasler also spoke after the Panthers game and was determined the representative star would be staying at Belmore and when asked in the press conference following the match, he replied.

“Yes. There's no truth pertaining to that story."

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