Millwall manager Gary Rowett has given a transfer update concerning potential departing stars as the window enters the final week of activity.
Jed Wallace has been the main figure linked with a move away from The Den with Aston Villa reportedly showing an interest in the lead up to the window, although that noise has since died down significantly.
But the manager looked to ease any nerves among supporters which may have still been lingering.
“Not that I’m aware of,” he said when asked if any players could be leaving before the end of the window, reported by London News Online.
“It’s a difficult window – I don’t think many want to spend the amounts to get one of our players who have performed really consistently and well.
“It would have to be some big numbers to even think about letting anyone go. I don’t think any club is likely to do that this window.”
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So far this season, Wallace has been involved in 16 goals – scoring nine and assisting seven more – and proving a crucial cog in the club’s rise up the table under their new boss.
Rowett’s side currently occupy tenth place, with five points between themselves and the play-off places, with the Londoners boasting at least a game in hand on those above them.
They have also only lost once in their previous ten games and as such will be confident of picking up a result even away to Leeds United on Tuesday night.
I think this is the stance that Millwall should be taking.
I also doubt that any players currently at the club are interested in leaving during the current window, such is the excitement around Millwall at the moment and the noticeable spirit within the dressing room.
Tonight could be a huge night for them. There would be no shame in losing away to Leeds so I fully expect Millwall to try and seriously test their promotion chasing hosts.
Leeds are not in good form at all and could well be vulnerable if the visitors can rattle them early on.