A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Gomes: 'I belong in the Premier League' (Watford Observer): Heurelho Gomes believes he belongs in the Premier League and only dropped into the Championship to help Watford secure promotion.
Roofe says his decision to join the U's was a “no-brainer” (Gazette News): Keymar Roofe says his decision to join Colchester United was a “no-brainer” - and he is hungry for the chance to impress U’s fans.
Strong team spirit is key to success, says Argyle defender Carl McHugh (The Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle defender Carl McHugh is more interested in winning games of football than individual honours.
Sam Rush is the glue that binds club together, says McClaren (Derby Telegraph): Steve McClaren says Sam Rush is the glue that pulls everybody at Derby County together.
Blair Adams wants to relieve Arsenal FA Cup experience with Notts County (Nottingham Post): "It was an amazing experience and one that really stays with you," he says, recalling the 4-0 defeat with Coventry City back in January.
Richard Money calling for big game atmosphere for Cambridge United’s FA Cup tie with Fleetwood (Cambridge News): Richard Money wants Cambridge United fans to recreate the atmosphere of last season's major clashes with Grimsby and Halifax when they entertain Fleetwood in the first round of the FA Cup tomorrow.
Hughes tonic for Brighton & Hove Albion (The Argus): Aaron Hughes has given Albion an injury boost with a quick recovery from injury.
Bristol City "fringe" players have incentive to KO Gillingham in FA Cup first round (Bristol City): Marlon Pack claims Bristol City’s fringe players have the perfect incentive to knock Gillingham out of the FA Cup this weekend.
Matt Grimes and Christy Pym called up to England under-20s squad (Express & Echo): Exeter City youngsters Matt Grimes and Christy Pym have been called up to England under-20s to face Canada on Wednesday.
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