JOHN Coleman has issued a "Hands Off" warning to any clubs ready to swoop for any of Accrington Stanley's stars.
Gary Roberts, Ian Craney and Benin international Rommy Boco are just three players who are thought to be attracting the attention of league clubs.
Roberts is now Stanley's top scorer with seven goals after the opener in the 2-0 win over Kidderminster on Saturday and Coleman admitted: "Gary is a special talent, he can make things happen and he has been consistent. We know there are people watching him and, come January, we expect that there will be a few people knocking on the door.
"But he is one of the keys to what we are doing here and if we are going to have any ambitions of winning the league, then we need to keep people like Gary Roberts. We know everyone has a price but we want to keep the best players until at least the end of the season and just see what we can do."
Chairman Eric Whalley confirmed that there has been interest from league sides.
"We will always listen to offers but it will have to be an enormous offer for any of our squad as we want to win the league and don't want to be selling any of our players.
"And, you never know, there could be some big signings for us in the transfer window."