Date: 13th July 2013 at 1:08pm
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Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry has no plans to sell Lee Tomlin to Huddersfield Town.

Tomlin has been linked with a move away following Peterborough’s relegation to league one and has been offered the opportunity to return to Championship football by Huddersfield Town.

The Yorkshire club’s approach however has been met with a rebuffal by Barry Fry who confirmed Huddersfield’s interest but insisted that the striker is not for sale.

‘The only player Huddersfield have ever spoken to me about is Lee Tomlin and there’s no way we are letting him go,’ Fry told the Peterborough Evening Telegraph.

Tomlin has scored 33 goals in over 130 appearances in 3 years for Peterborough.

Huddersfield have already recruited strikers Jon Stead, Martin Paterson and James Vaughan this summer but are on the look out for a fourth with Tomlin being one of the names linked.

Pre-season is now well underway expect action to be picked up soon of this or another move is to potentially happen