St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has warned interested clubs off their star players, including youngster Kenny McLean.
The Buddies have impressed in the SPL this season and a number of rival clubs have taken an interest in their players.
McLean, 19, has been linked with a move elsewhere and Lennon expects the scouts to be in attendance for Saturday's game with Rangers.
Lennon is pleased clubs are taking an interest in his players, but insists it remains another matter whether he sells or not.
"The only thing that can stop Kenny McLean from going all the way to the top is Kenny himself," commented Lennon.
"It's been a pleasure to watch his development since I came to the club and David Longwell, the head of youth, has to take a lot of credit for that.
"The good pros here have also helped encourage Kenny's development. I'd say he is one of the top midfielders in the SPL at this moment.
"I'd be disappointed if there wasn't anybody coming to look at my players. When they start to do that, you know there are good things happening at your club.
"Our players have played consistently well so it wouldn't surprise me if there was interest in them. Whether we sell them is another matter though."