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 Thursday, 12 December, 2002, 12:04 GMT
Charlton stars staying

Charlton boss Alan Curbishley
Curbishley says he is happy at Charlton

Charlton boss Alan Curbishley says he is under no pressure to sell any of his promising stars when the transfer window re-opens in January.

Charlton have won their last four Premiership games and the club's English contingent have been in particularly impressive form.

Paul Konchesky, Jason Euell, Richard Rufus, Kevin Lisbie and Scott Parker have all caught the eye.

Charlton celebrated 10 years back at The Valley last Saturday with a win against Liverpool and now have the financial footing to keep their rising stars.

"Ten years ago I sold Robert Lee and Anthony Barness to get us back here," said Curbishley.

"I haven't got to sell anyone to do anything at the moment.

"I don't think we are going to have any problem in that respect because if anyone comes in we haven't got to do anything and I'm happy that the players are happy here."

Curbishley would be one of the prime candidates to take over at West Ham if boss Glenn Roeder if he is sacked.

But the Addicks boss says he is happy at The Valley.

He added: "There's an opportunity to go elsewhere which is one thing and how you're being looked after and perceived at where you are - at the moment I am happy at Charlton."

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