Auzins not interested in any other EPL club
Star netminder Janis Auzins insists he will never leave Phantoms for another English Premier League side.
The city club lost four key men to fellow secondtier sides last summer with Milan Baranyk and Craig Scott switching to fierce rivals Milton Keynes, and Greg Pick and Edgars Bebris moving to Manchester. Fringe player Brad Moore also went to Hull.
Latvian ace Auzins was also in demand during the close season, but he was happy to extend his stay at Phantoms into a third EPL campaign.
The 25 year-old is happy at Planet ice and hopes the new campaign could come complete with silverware even though Phantoms are an import down.
Auzins said: “There are some good guys in the locker room and I enjoy being part of this club.
“I like it in Peterborough. The fans are good, the place is nice and I am happy here. That is why I decided to come back again.
“I do not want to play for any other team in this league. If I get the chance in the future to go into the Elite League, I will have to think about it. But right now I hope we can win a trophy this season if we carry on working hard.”
Auzins admits he has been particularly i mpressed with the determination of the players in front of him so far this season.
Headded: “We were fantastic against Basingstoke. We had people putting their bodies on the line and throwing themselves in front of the puck.”