DAVID Stockdale has revealed he has yet to speak to Fulham over personal terms, despite Darlington accepting a six-figure sum for his services.

But, while a deal for the 23- year-old is expected to go through at the end of the season, Stockdale's immediate focus is on helping Quakers achieve promotion via the play-offs.

He said: "At the moment I am not thinking about anything else other than helping Darlington in the play-offs. All I want to do is help us reach Wembley.

"I have not signed anything and it's between the clubs."

Stockdale has been a revelation since replacing the injured Andy Oakes at the beginning of the season, keeping 20 clean sheets in what is first season as the club's first-choice.

His performances have attracted widespread interest and on Saturday he was named Darlington's Player of the Year.

"It was a strange day," said Stockdale. "I thought Steve Foster was going to win it after he won the Away Player of the Year award.

"It's been amazing in my first full season for Darlington."

Meanwhile, the Darlington Supporters Club have a limited number of places available for Saturday's trip to Peterborough United.

Anyone wishing to travel on the Supporters Club coach must call (01325) 243911 to book their seat however, all seats must be paid for in advance as no money will be taken on Saturday.

The Supporters Club has said travel arrangements for the away leg in the play-offs will be made available as soon as possible after the Peterborough game.

The away leg of the play-off semi-final will be determined by their final position in the table.

■ The Darlington Supporters Trust are holding a talk-in tomorrow evening with former Quakers goalkeeper Andy Collett at the Beaconsfield pub in Barnard Castle, starting at 7.30pm. Admission is £2.50 which includes a pie and peas supper.

Trust members and non-members are all welcome.