Date: 10th July 2007 at 12:45pm
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Wednesday could still have forgotten man David Graham on their books next season after Owls boss Brian Laws revealed there has yet to be any interest in the striker.

Laws is keen to get the former Wigan Athletic and Torquay man off the Wednesday books before the start of the 2007-08 campaign to add extra funds for potential transfer targets.

The Scot was loaned out to League Two club Torquay United who suffered relegation from the Football League last term, and can’t afford to follow up their interest in signing Graham on a full-time deal.

And although he’s had further loan spells in League One with Huddersfield Town and Bradford City, Laws is disappointed that no interest has been shown in the striker.

‘You have to work to a budget; you can only fill your pot so far, and we need to move on one or two players who are not likely to figure for us,’ he told the Sheffield Star.

Laws has already revealed that he wants to bring two more players in to bolster his squad, with Steve Watson already set to fill one gap while a new striker is the target for the other spot.

But the sale of Graham, either full-time or on a loan deal, could well release further funds to bring another player in to the club over the summer.