TOWN have rejected a cheeky inquiry from Yeovil for Danny Schofield.
The first-day opponents – beaten by Blackpool in the play-off final last season – wanted to take the 27-year-old to Somerset.
But Galpharm chief Andy Ritchie confirmed today: “There’s no way I’m letting him go.
“Yeovil were just dabbling and trying their luck, like a lot of clubs do.”
Defender Tom Clarke, out since October because of knee surgery, missed training yesterday because he was feeling sore.
He was expected to play a full part, however, in today’s first major fitness testing at the University.
Meanwhile, Town have had Jack Kamara, the son of Sky pundit Chris, training with them at Storthes Hall, along with Glynn Snodin’s son Lee.
Ritchie explained: “Jack was offered a scholarship at Middlesbrough a few years ago and has since been to university, so he’s looking for a route back into football and wants to get himself fit.
“It’s much the same with Lee Snodin, who has been playing out in the USA for the last couple of years.”