Rotherham boss Paul Warne is dealing with some “active enquiries” for several of his players as he continues to shape his squad.
Warne has already shipped out Emmanuel Onariase and skipper Lee Frecklington in the first fortnight of the transfer window and other members of his squad are attracting interest from other clubs.
Richard Wood is set to exit the club, heading to Chesterfield, if Warne can find a suitable replacement while the boss’ desire to land another striker suggests Jonson Clarke-Harris could be allowed to leave.
Oldham are interested in taking the striker back to Boundary Park while a number of other clubs were keen on Clarke-Harris during the summer transfer window.
“There is interest received in a few of my players,” Warne said. “There have been pretty active enquiries.
“It doesn’t surprise me. While we are doing well in the league and playing well, they are obviously going to get attraction.
“As it stands, I’ll keep this group together if I can. If players coming in means I can afford to let one or two go, I will. But I am happy with what I have got.
“It’s back to the day job now, the office job of answering the phone a 100 times a day, trying to get people in.”