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Clutch Rod Piece?

So when i'm driving my clutch pedal clicks. I'm pretty sure that it's the little piece that hold the rod from the clutch master onto the pedal itself. Does anyone know what the name of it is cause my original broke and I don't know where to find one. The sound is driving me mad !
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