Date:Monday January 9 2006
Derby Manager Phil Brown has spoken of his surprise at reading his star player may be looking for a move.Wolves, Southampton and Sunderland are all said to be monitoring the situation, but as far as Burley is concerned, there isn't one. He told The Derby Telegraph
'That's news to me. I am not aware of Inigo being unhappy here - he is one of the highest paid players at the club and our best player.'
'There is bound to be speculation about our better players at times like this.' he added.
In reality, Wolves interest in Idiakez probably ended with the first transfer window, but the presence of so many other predators may now be starting to worry Craig Brown.
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