TONY Burman has confirmed Dartford have yet to receive an offer for star striker Cody McDonald.

A host of league clubs including Charlton and Crystal Palace have been linked with McDonald after a prolific scoring spree for the Princes Park side in the Ryman League.

However, no official approach has arrived 13 days into this month’s transfer window and the forward remains a Dartford player.

Manager Burman said: “There has been nothing so far. We know a number of clubs have been down to see him play but they have yet to take their interest beyond this.

“He will be informed if a league club does come in.

“I would love to keep hold of him, but at the same time we won’t stand in his way if it is the right deal for Dartford and for Cody.

“If we lose a player of Cody’s quality then he has to be replaced.”

However, McDonald will not be around to impress any scouts this weekend because he misses the home clash with Staines Town through suspension along with Lee Noble and Jamie Day.

Burman added: “It is frustrating because we’ve missed quite a few games because of the weather and the suspensions only kick in now.

“Everyone else is fully fit and we are probably more fortunate than most clubs because of the facilities we have at Princes Park like the all-weather pitch which we have been using for practice matches.

“Staines is going to be a very difficult test, though.

“They are chasing Dover for the title and have games in hand on them.

“We played there earlier in the season and looked a very good side, so we know what to expect.”