Burnley boss Brian Laws has revealed there have been no offers for any of his players since the end of last season and that's how he wants it to stay. Laws admitted there had been enquiries but nothing to suggest offers would follow and confirmed that he doesn't want to lose any more players after the departure of Steven Fletcher to Wolves."We don't want to sell anybody," Laws said. "We don't have to sell anyone and that's the important thing. The Fletcher deal was fantastic for the club and the player and we couldn't stop him from wanting to play and stay in the Premier League. I have always said I wish him well and hopefully I'll see him again next season."The manager is still working on adding to the squad and confirmed that Richard Eckersley, David Edgar and Brian Easton, who all ended the 2009/10 season out on loan, will return."I'll be working with a first team pool of players of around 24, which is about right," Laws confirmed.