Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still has admitted that he fears losing more players in the January transfer window.
Still has steered his side to within sight of the summit of League Two despite losing the likes of Scott Griffiths, Magnus Okuonghae, Sam Saunders, Soloman Taiwo and Ben Strevens to bigger clubs in the past six months, and he fears January may see more players move on.
He said: "We've done so well and I've been so pleased, but our concern now is what happens in the transfer window and the possibility that we might lose one or two players."
He added: "There were enquiries last Thursday when the loan window shut, but we didn't pursue them because they haven't been what we would have wanted. We don't need to sell players, but we have always been a club that if the deal is right then we will look at it.
"The likes of Danny Green and Josh Scott have been excellent this season and it's no surprise that clubs are interested, but nothing has been done yet."
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