Wycombe Wanderers boss John Gorman says he is resigned to losing hot-shot Nathan Tyson to a bigger club.
Tyson has scored 13 goals in all competitions so far this season
The 23-year-old striker is the leading scoring in the English leagues with 13 goals so far this season.
"Nathan's very ambitious. I think everybody accepts that eventually he will go and that we've done really well to hang on to him," he told BBC Sport.
"He's a great professional and as long as he's here he gives his best. But inevitably we'll probably lose him."
Sheffield Wednesday made three bids for Tyson - named League Two player of the month for August - during the summer but Wycombe held out even when the offer reached £500,000.
"Every player has got ambitions to play at the highest level they can, and so they should have," said Gorman.
"I would want them to have that. There are a few very good players here that could go to a higher level. I'd like them to go with us up through the leagues, but you can't stand in people's way sometimes."