Luton boss Mike Newell admits he has had enough of the 'bungs' talk that has received so much press attention in the last few weeks - but is still hopeful of an outcome.Newell caused controversy when he claimed that he had been offered money to sell a player when the club were in administration, and he spoke to the Football Association during the week to discuss his claims. But his latest comments came before a Sunday newspaper revealed they duped England manager Sven-Gvran Eriksson into talking about corruption amongst Premiership sides. The Hatters boss said: 'I didn't bring up bungs. I was asked in conversation if I'd been offered money and I said I had - I didn't say bungs. That's what made the headlines, but I want this to be the end of it all for me now. 'It's up to the authorities now and I get the feeling they share my frustrations. It's definitely not the lost cause everyone's making it out to be.'