Palace boss Warnock determined to keep his superkids

Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock is determined to hold onto his superkids.

The Eagles face a struggle to ward off interest in starlets Lee Hills, Victor Moses, Sean Scannell and John Bostock.

Portsmouth have already expressed an interest in 18-year-old Hills, while Chelsea and Arsenal are eying moves for Moses, 17, and 16-year-old Bostock.

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Manchester City and Aston Villa are keeping tabs on Scannell, 17, who has just received his first call-up to the senior Ireland squad.

But ahead of tomorrow's game at fellow promotion-chasers Hull, manager Warnock said: "I would be surprised if clubs weren't looking at them because they're good but they won't be going anywhere, unless we want them to.

"The chairman is like me - what we've got we hold on to and build the team around them.

"Everyone's excited by them because they give the club such a lift."

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