Burnley boss Brian Laws has revealed he has yet to receive offers for any of his players this summer.
Steven Fletcher left the club to join Wolves in a record sale while some of the club's other stars have been linked with possible moves away from Turf Moor. But Laws told the club's official website: "There have been one or two enquiries but nothing to suggest that offers are going to follow for any of our players. We don't want to sell anybody. We don't have to sell anyone and that's the important thing.
"The Fletcher deal was fantastic for the club and the player and we couldn't stop him from wanting to play and stay in the Premier League."
Laws is also hoping to add some new faces to his squad in the coming weeks, while David Edgar, Richard Eckersley and Brian Easton, who spent time out on loan last season, are set to return for pre-season training on July 1.
He added: "I will be working with a first-team pool of players of around 24 players, which is about right."
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