Date: 3rd January 2009 at 8:38am
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Alan Knill’s biggest worry during the January transfer window is the possibility that players could leave his club.

The Bury manager, who sees his young side in the League Two’s top six, fears other clubs coming in for his players: ‘The biggest and most important thing is I don’t lose any players,’ Knill told BBC Radio Manchester. ‘We’ve put together a decent squad and I wouldn’t want it to be disrupted by losing any of the players.

‘Having said that, I’m always hoping to strengthen the squad – it’s just that we’re obviously working with a budget and we’ll have to see what’s out there for what we can afford.’

Can you see other clubs coming in for some of the Bury players this month?

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