AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown has scotched rumours that a number of first team players have been placed on the transfer list to balance the books after the big money signing of Jon Main.

Main joined the Dons from Tonbridge Angels last month in a deal believed to be worth £25,000 - an astronomical amount of money by Ryman League standards.

And a memo was sent round to Ryman League clubs stating that fringe Dons players appearing in last Tuesday's Surrey Senior Cup defeat to Whyteleafe were available for loan.

But Brown insists not all the players on show last week were for sale.

"I am not under any financial pressure to get rid of anyone, but what I need to do is fit my players into a system," he said.

"Eventually I know players will be come up to me to say why aren't I getting a game?' and I will deal with that when that situation comes.

"Not all the players playing in the Whyteleafe game were available for loan - the likes of Marcus Gayle, Richard Jolly and Sam Hatton are not available.

"It is about giving people some games. I don't envisage many leaving because we have a busy month ahead of us."

However, it is understood that Will Salmon, Karl Beckford and Stephen Goddard are among those available, while Chris Hussey, who also played in the game against Leafe, has joined Windsor & Eton on a month loan.

Brown has also revealed he will not be taking up the option to sign Croydon Athletic striker Reggie Savage following a one-month loan.

Brown said: "To be fair to Reggie, he hasn't really had a chance. He has been really unlucky because when we brought him here, I didn't know we were going to sign Jon Main and I didn't know how close Gayle and Jolly were to being match fit.

"Reggie wants regular first-team football and has already had a load of offers, so he won't have any problem finding another club."