Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay has responded to speculation that Adam Reach could leave the club for Wolves in January.
The attacking midfielder has been a key figure for Wednesday this season, providing five goals and two assists in 14 games in all competitions. Thanks to his impressive form, he has been linked with a move to Premier League side Wolves.
However, Luhukay insisted that the club are not thinking about selling the 25-year-old.
“I have not heard or read, but I think it is not the moment [to be] afraid of that,” he said.
“In January the transfer window opens, but also Adam’s contract is long. So it is not so that Adam’s contract is finished in the summer.
“We know now we must have the focus for the game tomorrow. In January, or maybe the end of December, there comes maybe new speculation for when the transfer window is open.
“But now I think everyone is only with the focus to play good games and to play for themselves very well. And Adam is in fantastic form, he makes fantastic goals for us, that will be more, and I think Adam is happy and we are happy with his [contribution].
“When he makes goals it is very important for us, the feeling is good so I’m not now thinking if he will maybe leave us in January. We will see what maybe then in January what is coming up to us.
“I want to hold onto my best players, of course, and my important players. But it is also football.
“The more you are in the spotlight, the more goals you make, the more assists you make as an offensive player, it’s normal that there may be interest from Premier League clubs.
“We will see what the future brings.”