Brentford boss Mark Warburton not fearing Uwe Rosler raid

A general view of Brentford's Griffin Park in March 2012.
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Brentford boss Mark Warburton says that he is not concerned by the prospect of former manager Uwe Rosler returning to Griffin Park for players.

Brentford manager Mark Warburton has said that he is not worried about Uwe Rosler raiding his former club for players.

Rosler left Griffin Park last week to become manager of Wigan Athletic and there have been reports suggesting that he could return to the club for Harlee Dean, Adam Forshaw and Jake Bidwell.

When asked about the prospect of Rosler making moves for Brentford players, Warburton told Sky Sports News: "If he does, they will go on our terms. If Robin van Persie can go to Manchester United then everyone has their price.

"But the fact is we have looked after the players, there are a lot of boys here on three-year contracts which is unusual in League One but we recognise their talent and want to keep them here.

"So for us it's very important that if they do come in then of course there's a price, but it's our price and not the buying price."

Brentford currently sit fourth in the League One table.

A general view of Brentford's Griffin Park in March 2012.
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