Grayson calm over Rhodes
Huddersfield boss Simon Grayson is relaxed over Jordan Rhodes' future and says only a 'very serious offer' would tempt him to sell.
The Scotland international hit 40 goals as Town clinched promotion to the Championship through the play-offs last season and has notched 85 in total since moving from Ipswich in 2009. The 23-year-old was expected to be the subject of keen interest this summer, but no firm bid has been received by Huddersfield since the end of the campaign. "As far as Jordan is concerned, it's business as usual. He returned for pre-season training last Thursday and got straight down to work, which is exactly what you'd expect of a no-nonsense person like him," said Grayson. He added: "Our stance hasn't changed - it would take a very serious offer to tempt us to sell."