Date: 9th September 2011 at 8:36am
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Barnet managed to keep hold of Mark Marshall last week when the transfer window closed, despite interest from Charlton.

Marshall, as he told The Times Series, admits a disappointment at not being able to make the step-up in level but he will continue to ‘give everything for Barnet’ while he is still at Underhill: ‘it is done now and I have just got to get on with things and work hard for the team.

‘There is still tomorrow and you have to live for each day. Tomorrow there will be something else so you can’t sit back and dwell on the past. So I am going to continue giving everything I have for Barnet.

‘That is just the sort of person I am. I know what I want in life and a bad attitude will not get you anywhere.

‘Obviously I am a little disappointed because I want to progress and move forward but I know it will come through hard work and that little bit of luck that you need.’

The 24-year-old is ‘probably’ in the final months of his Barnet career with a move to a club at a higher level almost certain to happen in January when the transfer window reopens.

In the meantime Lawrie Sanchez has already said that he knows it will not be long before he will ‘play at a higher level’ so the fans should ‘enjoy him’ while he is with the club: ‘there are not too many players in this league with Marshall’s ability and I have said it before that he will play at a higher level in the future.

‘But he is here until the next window at least and he needs to put the performances that we know he is all capable of.

‘So while he is here the fans should enjoy him because, while he can be frustrating on days, he is a match winner.’

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