Dundee United manager Peter Houston is not worrying about the prospect of losing striker David Goodwillie in January.
Goodwillie has been the subject of an approach from two clubs, with Rangers prepared to pay up to £2million for the Scotland international.
United appear open to selling the 21-year-old for the right price, but have yet to receive any firm bids for the forward.
And Houston admits that, until the club have fielded an offer for Goodwillie, he will not lose sleep over the player leaving Tannadice.
"Nobody has put any bids in for the player or for any of our players," said Houston.
"So until such time that there is any bids in for our players, there is no point talking about it.
"We know that if David Goodwillie moves on to something better and the club gets the money they are looking for, he will be sold.
"But at this point there is no point talking about it because there are no bids on the table."