Platt insists they would be willing to listen if the lack of action is starting to bug the 23-year-old winger.
He said: "When a player comes to this club, they are going to have to accept they are not going to play week-in-week-out.
"When we spoke to Scott, he knew what he was coming into - that it was a big, big squad.
"The manager's door is always open to any player if they want to go and play like Adam Johnson did. But he seems happy."