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By ESPN Staff
Jan 3, 2007

Preston insist Nugent is 'not for sale'

Preston chairman Derek Shaw insists top scorer David Nugent 'is not for sale' in the January transfer window.

The England Under-21s international has attracted the attention of several Barclays Premiership clubs, including Sheffield United and Everton.

But with Preston sitting third in the Coca-Cola Championship, three points adrift of an automatic promotion spot, Shaw is determined to hang on to his prize asset.

He told his club's official website: 'We have 19 cup finals left, and David Nugent is not for sale. We want to get to the Premier League.

'David Nugent has been tremendous for us, and I am sure he will play in the Premier League. But we want that to be with Preston North End and we do not want to sell him.

'He will be a big player for us in these 19 cup finals, and we will assess the situation again after that.'