Hoyle - Rhodes is staying put
Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle has made it clear that he will not be selling Terriers striker Jordan Rhodes.
Last Updated: 21/11/11 11:11am
Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle has made it clear that he will not be selling Terriers striker Jordan Rhodes as the January transfer window looms closer.
The 21-year-old earned his first Scotland cap this month when he came on as a substitute in their 2-1 friendly win against Cyprus.
The in-form forward also scored both goals in Huddersfield's 2-1 victory over Notts County on Saturday and, despite interest from many top-flight clubs, Hoyle believes he is too important to be allowed to leave.
"I'll not sell him, it's impossible. My money is safer in him than in the bank. He wants to lead us into the Championship and that is more important than today's record," Hoyle told the Daily Mirror.
Huddersfield extended their unbeaten run to 43 games last weekend, setting a new Football League record in the process, and while Rhodes is delighted with his team's achievement he is more focused on promotion.
"Of course it's great to re-write the history books. We're all proud of that and rightly so. But the long-term aim is promotion and that's what we're all working towards," said Rhodes.