Published: 08:00, 04 July 2014 |
Maidstone boss Jay Saunders believes Dover are wasting their time looking at Jack Parkinson.
Saunders confirmed there has been interest from the Conference Premier new boys in the defender/midfielder.
But he expects the 24-year-old, who is also the club’s academy manager, to stay at the Gallagher Stadium.
Saunders said: “Jack’s a good player and you’re going to get interest in good players.
“Dover have been after him but he’s a contracted player and they haven’t made a formal offer.
“He left Woking to join us because he didn’t want all the travelling in the Conference, so I’d be surprised if he wanted to go back to it.
“He knows about the interest from Dover but he’s happy where he is.”
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