Date: 13th January 2012 at 8:50am
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Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott has said that, unless a club come in with an ‘irresistible` offer, striker, Lewis Grabban is going nowhere.

After ridiculing the ridiculous offer that Crawley Town came in with for the Milers top scorer, Scott told David Beddows of The Advertiser, ‘Just because we are a League Two side and signed him for nothing people think they can take the mick.`

Grabs joined the Millers in the summer from Brentford and has scored fifteen goals in twenty-eight appearances this season.

Carrying on, Scott said, ‘If people come back with serious offers then, clearly, as a club we have to look at it. But, until then, Lewis is grounded and to keep him is our most feasible option.

‘I told him in the summer that he needed to come in and play forty or fifty games in a season and show everyone how good he is while scoring goals.

‘If he`s going to go in the transfer window then it`s going to be because it`s an unbelievable offer that we couldn`t turn down but neither I, or the Chairman, want to sell him.`




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