Wilson quashes Boyd rumours
By James Evans
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Danny Wilson has told skysports.com that he has no plans to sign Adam Boyd.
Hartlepool boss Danny Wilson has told skysports.com that he has no plans to bring Adam Boyd back to Victoria Park.
In 2006 Boyd signed a three-year contract with Luton Town after Hartlepool accepted a £500,000 offer.
However the striker has been subject of increasing transfer speculation following the arrivals of forwards Paul Peschisolido and Paul Furlong at Kenilworth Road.
With an impressive record of 53 goals in 89 starts Boyd was a huge hit with the Pools faithful, however Wilson said: "Adam is obviously very popular at the club and scored a lot of goals here, but speculation linking him with a return is wide of the mark.
"I've got the team I want now and even though he's a quality player I've no interest in bringing him back here.
Wilson voiced his confidence in his current front-line, saying: "Richie Barker came in for us last year and scored a lot of goals and Ian (Moore) also arriving we've got some real quality there, and enough not to look at bringing back old faces, I think."
The Hartlepool manager did reveal that he is keen to extend the trial of Aberdeen youngster Andrew Bagshaw
Wilson added: "The squad is off to Holland at the weekend, though there's a possibility I'll invite Andrew back next week and we'll have another look at him. He has some potential but we've not made our minds up yet."