Scott revealed over the weekend that interest in some of his out of favour players had been coming in, but that they were reluctant to leave.
“Some have the opportunity to play for good clubs and they don’t want to go. Your job as a footballer is to play football,” he said to the Star. “You can’t force them out but they will have to work hard for their money.”
Scott also added that 15 goal Grabban was staying put after rumours of a second bid from Crawley Town at the back end of last week, believed to be around the £165,000 mark.
"Lewis is going nowhere, it would take a daft offer for us to consider anyway but even then, I couldn't replace him", added the boss.