Adams - Murray won't be sold
Micky Adams insists his decision to increase his strike options will not lead to Glenn Murray's sale.
Last Updated: 31/01/09 10:19pm
Brighton & Hove Albion boss Micky Adams insists his decision to increase his strike options will not lead to Glenn Murray's sale.
Adams has brought in Calvin Andrew on loan from Crystal Palace and the forward made an instant impact with the winner against Hartlepool United on Saturday.
Craig Davies has also agreed to join the Seagulls from Oldham Athletic, prompting speculation about the future of Murray.
However, Adams is adamant that the arrivals of Andrew and Davies will not lead to Murray's departure before the transfer window closes.
"We have not scored enough goals and I cannot keep relying on the same people to come up with the goods," Adams told the club's official website.
"So if we are not scoring then we have to look at other players and other avenues in order to do so.
"Glenn Murray is not leaving. We have got no intention of selling Glenn Murray and we have received no enquiries for him.
"He is injured at the moment and is not back in training yet so it will be two or three weeks at least."