Crawley boss Steve Evans has admitted a number of his players have been the subject of interest from other clubs with the January transfer window rapidly approaching.
Kyle McFadzean, Matt Tubbs and Tyrone Barnett are just three of the Red Devils squad members who have been linked with moves away from the Broadfield Stadium early in the new year. And Evans conceded his table-topping side are attracting plenty of suitors.
He told the club's official website: "There has been significant interest in a few of our players but, given their talent and how they are playing at present, I suppose it is to be expected."
Evans added: "A number of good managers have been on the phone this last week in connection with the purchase of certain players here at Crawley Town but that stated interest will, as requested by them, remain confidential.
"Yes we have received offers, but as yet none of them have met the directors' value - long may that continue is what I think."
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