Torquay United boss Martin Ling says he expects interest in some of his squad during the January transfer window.
Ling is yet to receive any offers for his players, who have helped Torquay to within two points of the play-offs.
"I would hope there are people who are taking notice of what we're doing as a club and what my players are doing within that club," Ling told BBC Devon.
"I'd like the market and the window to shut now because I think there's good players in there."
Ling, whose side are ninth in League Two, added that other clubs taking an interest in his players is a sign that Torquay are playing good football at the moment.
"If people aren't taking notice then you aren't performing very well," he said.
"Torquay will always be a selling club but we aren't looking to sell."
Ling is looking to strengthen the attacking options in his squad after Billy Bodin went back to Swindon Town after his loan move came an end.