Ollie in dark over Vaughan future

Published Nov. 26, 2010 1:15 p.m. ET

The club are hoping to re-sign the Wales midfielder, who is out of contract in the summer, and an offer has been made. However Holloway knows that given Vaughan's good form there could be bids for him in the January transfer window. Vaughan, 27, has started in 13 of Blackpool's 14 league games after arriving from Spanish club Real Sociedad in August 2008. Holloway said: "I have spoken to David and I need to talk to my chairman and see where we are. I don't know where that is going to go. "What he might get somewhere else and what we might pay him might be a difficult scenario. "He is an incredible player and a wonderful person. I am very fortunate to have him here. I would like that to be a long time. "David is a joy to work with. Every day is exactly the same. There is quality, left foot, right foot. He hardly ever does anything that is sub-standard. "He is playing so well - I wish him well whatever happens, whatever way it goes." Blackpool have made a bright start to their debut Premier League season and face Bolton tomorrow on the back of a win over Wolves. Former Leicester boss Holloway admits he has been "brought back to life" at Bloomfield Road. He said: "I think the whole country is buying in to what is happening here. They keep looking at our unique colour (tangerine), the way the lads are playing and the goals they are scoring. "It is just great because they are genuine people here and they have brought me back to life. I am absolutely loving it." However Holloway expects a rough ride at the Reebok Stadium against Owen Coyle's fifth-placed team. He said: "Owen has made his own mark on the team now. They are banging in goals left, right and centre and you can see the confidence growing. "I realise this is a tough game for us and another big test for us. I cannot wait for it. If we can get anything there I will be delighted." Holloway will make one enforced change as striker Marlon Harewood is sidelined with a torn hamstring. Harewood suffered the setback in training this week after scoring his fifth goal of the season against Wolves. Ludovic Sylvestre is doubtful with a hamstring strain as is Chris Basham with a knee problem. Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingson will retain his place between the posts as Matt Gilks remains sidelined with a fractured knee-cap. Holloway is delighted at the way Kingson has embraced his promotion and added: "Watching Richard play so far he has done a great job. "It looks as though he's had the shirt all his life. I am delighted for him."