AFC Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall is hopeful that the Cherries can keep the squad together over the course of the final few days of the January transfer window.
AFC Bournemouth go into the live game on Sky Sports on Friday night against Watford top of the Championship table.
Eddie Howe’s side are now joint level on points with Derby County, after Steve McClaren’s side won in midweek.
But whilst the other promotion contenders have been busy during this transfer window, the Cherries have so far seen no new signings and have seen no departures.
Tindall hopes the side can keep hold of all their key players, with the club so far receiving no enquiries or bids for any players.
Tindall told the Daily Echo…
“…hopefully it stays that way. When you`ve got a team that is performing so well and players who are performing so well then I am sure there are going to be people looking and possibly thinking about doing one or two things. But, at this moment in time, we have had no enquires.
“In this window, a lot of business tends to happen in the last 48 hours. If one or two things fall through then people move on to other targets and that is how it seems to work in this window.
“We are hoping to keep everybody here. With the way we are progressing, it is a fantastic place to be and a great club to play for.”
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