Former Walsall manager Richard Money could be set to lose his star striker at Luton Town.
Tom Craddock, who scored 21 times for the club last season is eager to leave Kenilworth Road for an unnamed club from the Football League.
Money told the BBC: “I said when we get a bid from that club, we’ll discuss it with him.
“It doesn’t worry us. The pure, simple matter for us is we want 20 players who want to play for Luton Town.”
“There was always going to be issues with players who weren’t in the team,” added Money. If that issue has arisen early with someone like Tommy Craddock then we’ll deal with it.
“But let’s talk about the 16 who were in the group and the 11 that were on the pitch. The man who has replaced him has scored three goals, so that’s where I’m at.”
Matthew Barnes-Homer was Craddock’s replacement in the side on Saturday and despite his comments Money wants to tie former Middlesbrough youngster Craddock on a long term contract with his current deal expiring in May.
It all went wrong at Walsall after players being sold, but this sale he seems to be happy with as long as the club receive the correct remuneration.