Holloway reveals Adam exit fears

Adam has been Blackpool’s stand-out performer in their debut

campaign in the Premier League with a number of eye-catching

performances attracting admiring glances from rival clubs. The

Scot’s future has been the subject of speculation in recent weeks

because of a legal dispute with the club over bonuses from last

season and Holloway believes one of the country’s top clubs will

come calling for Adam. “As long as Charlie keeps his mind on

football – which he will do as he loves playing – and I keep

picking him because he trusts me, then there’s not going to a

problem,” said Holloway. “Whatever happens, happens. It’s out of my

hands. “I’ve got some brilliant players, I want them to be

successful, and being successful is looking after your family and

earning the right amount of money your play deserves. If I can’t

give them that, then they’ll go with my blessing. “There will be a

time when Charlie needs to go – unless we’re in a position where

Charlie should play – which I think is one of the top four teams.

“I honestly believe he is that good. I think one of them will buy

him one day. If not they might nick him, because we have a bit of a

technicality – if that happens, what can I do? Nothing, so we get

on with it.” Meanwhile, Holloway believes Blackpool’s fine start to

life in the top flight will persuade players to make the move to

Bloomfield Road after struggling to bring in many of his top

targets during the summer transfer window. “Look, I got some

players sat on the side who I think are really good as well and

haven’t had a chance to play yet,” added Holloway. “What I’m trying

to do is find more and more players who want to come here. I had

trouble in the summer, people saying ‘How much am I going to get?’,

but I don’t think people will say that anymore, I think they’ll say

‘Please can I play for you?’ Because they won’t think we’re going

to go down, and they’ll want to play this type of football.”