Neil McCann was left relieved after managing to hold on to a couple of key players as the English transfer window shut on Thursday afternoon.
Glen Kamara and Steven Caulker were both linked with a move down south – with Leeds rumoured to be interested in the latter – but remain with Dundee, and McCann says there were never any offers despite the reported interest.
“There have been no official bids put on the table yet for Steven,” he said. “Clearly he is a player that attracts a lot of interest.
“The good thing is, I thought he would probably go and we would lose him, but we still have him.
“We need to be thankful for the squad we have just now, because we could have lost a few players to down south.”