Ronan Curtis on his Pompey Future

Published: 13/12/2022

Ronan Curtis has said that “It’s fine, I leave those things to my agent” when asked about his Pompey future. 

Speaking to BBC Solent ahead of the EFL Trophy fixture against Stevenage tonight, Curtis said: 

“It’s fine. We’ll see what happens, obviously they haven’t come yet or asked to sign. I’ll just keep playing as well as I can, hopefully score more goals and see what happens in the new year” 

Andy Moon then asked if Curtis is bracing himself for interest in January, to which the winger replied 

“We’ll soon see, I leave that to my agent. He deals with that side of business, I just keep focussed on me here at Portsmouth in the last 4-5 months.” 

Time will tell whether the Republic of Ireland International will remain at Fratton Park beyond the end of the season, particularly if the Blues move to using the 3-5-2 formation more regularly. 

Curtis joined Pompey from Derry City in 2018, and has made 174 appearances for the Blues, scoring 41 goals. He’s Portsmouth’s highest goalscorer in the 21st century, and has also won 7 caps for Ireland.