Holloway vows to keep Ince
Ian Holloway insists he will win the fight to hang on to Tom Ince after he produced an all-star showing in the win over Ipswich.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is thought to be keen to bring Ince to the Welsh club before the window shuts at the end of this month but after watching Blackpool maintain their 100% start to the npower Championship, Holloway issued a hands-off warning to the Dane.
Ince was the architect of Blackpool's victory, scoring twice as the club won their opening three league games of a new season for the first time since 1991, and Holloway said: "He took his goals terrifically well and he's come on leaps and bounds for us over the past year.
"The transfer deadline doesn't bother me because he's got his dad (Paul Ince) who understands what is best for him.
"He knows Tom needs games to develop and he's at a very good place at Blackpool to do that. I had a conversation with his dad and he wants his boy to stay here."
Holloway added: "I think the scoreline flattered us to be perfectly honest. They were as good as any side have been here for quite a while and in the first half there was nothing between us. They gave a good account of themselves and I think they will have a really good season."