O'Driscoll denies Addicks bid
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Addicks boss Alan Curbishley was in the crowd for the game against Cambridge on Tuesday night, but O'Driscoll has insisted that no firm bids have been made as yet.
With deadline day fast approaching, interest in both Howe and Feeney has been growing and although he does not want to lose his two top stars, the financial situation of the side means that they may be forced to listen to substantial offers.
"Nobody has contacted me to say there has been a bid so both players will be in contention for a place in the squad for Saturday," said O'Driscoll.
"Because of our current financial situation we are always open to offers so if we receive an approach then that situation may change."
Former England Under-21 defender Howe has been linked with a move away from Dean Court for some time, and it could be that the skipper leaves before the deadline.
Top scorer Feeney has also attracted interest with his displays that have also earned him a call-up to the Northern Ireland squad.
The Cherries are struggling near the foot of the Division Two table, and O'Driscoll does not want to be without his top scorer and captain for the crucial run-in but it could be that money again forces him to sell.