Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Giles Coke looks unlikely to remain at Bury once his loan spell expires.
The 25-year-old has appeared 27 times over two separate loan spells with the Shakers, scoring six goals. But according to manager Richie Barker, Coke is unlikely to return due to interest from other clubs.
Barker told BBC Radio Manchester: "Unfortunately we'll probably see the end of him because he's getting noticed by some good clubs.
"If I was watching him, I'd be noticing him, because I think he's been fantastic.
"I played with him at Mansfield when he was 18 and he ticked all the boxes then, but he was a young player and a little bit naive.
"He's a complex character but, on his day, he can be as good a midfielder as there is in this division."