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Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle looks to keep Ali Al Habsi

by Will Swanson. Published Mon 20 Dec 2010 14:06
Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle looks to keep Ali Al Habsi
Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle looks to keep Ali Al Habsi

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle has insisted he is not looking to sell goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

The Oman international is currently on a season-long loan with Wigan Athletic and has so far impressed enough to persuade Latics boss Roberto Martinez to make a possible offer of a permanent deal.

Coyle said he would consider any approaches that came in for the player, but has stressed he is not seeking interest from other clubs and that no offers have yet been received.

"I was asked a question about players, Al Habsi being one of them, and if offers came in for them in January, what would the situation be," Coyle said.

"What I said was that it was hypothetical, because at the moment, it is not the situation we are in.

"If and when any offer comes in for my players - not that we want any, but if they did - it is something we would look at as a club.

"But we are not sitting here wanting any offers for our players. I am very comfortable with the squad I have got and Ali Al Habsi is a part of that."



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