GARY Hackett says only an offer from a top club will tempt Sean Geddes away from Stourbridge.
The midfielder was one of the Glassboys star performers last season and was the subject of much transfer speculation in the early part of the year.
But the players is under contract and Hackett says he is content at Amblecote.
He said: “Sean will be staying with us unless an offer comes in from a top club.
“I have spoken to him and he is committed. We have a year option on his contract and he has enjoyed his time with us and is happy to stay.
“But if a full-time club were to come in for him I would not stand in his way, though it’s the same for any of our players.”
Hackett confirmed the Glassboys will be running the rule over Dudley Sports striker Matt Hearsey in pre-season.
Hearsey was named Sports player-of-the-season last term and the Stourbridge boss believes he is a player with potential.
He added: “He is one we will have an opportunity to get a really good look at.
“We are always looking to find players from lower levels who can ve developed.
“It is definitely something which has worked for us in the past, you only have to look at someone like Ryan Rowe.”
Stourbridge have announced details of their season ticket prices for next season, with an adult ticket costing £160 and senior citizens and juniors aged between 12 and 16 paying £80.
Half-season tickets, which cover up to 11 home league games, are priced at £90 for adults and £45 for seniors and juniors.
The club are once again offering club membership for £20, though it is free to season ticket holders. Benefits include a vote at the club’s AGM, priority on cup tickets and a £1 reduction off the admission cost for home league games, which has risen by a £1 to £10 for adults.
Single game tickets cost £5 for juniors and seniors, with children aged 11 and under admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult.