FULHAM manager Martin Jol insists he has no intention of selling star striker Bobby Zamora in January.
The England striker has been strongly linked with a move away from Craven Cottage in the new year after a reported training ground bust-up with his boss.
But Jol admits the Whites can't cope without their big number nine.
“He didn't play for a couple of matches away from home and we had a slight problem,” said the Dutchman. “That is how important he can be.
“He's versatile - you saw against Wigan when he went out on the wing. He's not only a player who can link up. He's not an immobile number nine.”
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