No more loan moves - Pulis
Kenwyne Jones and Wilson Palacios will not be leaving Stoke on loan, manager Tony Pulis has confirmed.
The Potters boss has turned down an offer from Leicester for Jones, who has only made two Barclays Premier League appearances from the bench this season, while Hull's approach for Palacios has also been declined.
Pulis told The Sentinel: "Kenwyne will not be going anywhere.
"I haven't seen any other Premier League clubs selling players. There's been lots of enquiries about lots of players, but at the moment we want to look after ourselves.
"We had 25 in our Premier League squad and then let Jermaine Pennant go on loan to Wolves, so we don't want to be letting others go and then picking up three or four injuries."
When asked about Palacios, who made a return as a late substitute against Manchester United on Saturday, Pulis said: "He's trained really well over the last six weeks and got his levels of fitness up again."