WANDERERS boss Gareth Ainsworth was tight lipped over the futures of players who could be arriving at and departing Adams Park this week.

Striker Aaron Holloway, who featured in Blues' first pre season friendly at Cheshunt a month ago, was given another run-out at Barnet on Saturday as Ainsworth continues to mull over whether to offer the former Newport man a contract.

Meanwhile Anthony Stewart, who is looking ever more likely to depart Wanderers after failing to sign a new deal, made his third appearance for Crawley Town as a trialist as the Reds were beaten by a Chelsea XI.

But Ainsworth said: "I'm not going to comment on Anthony Stewart's situation. When the time's right people will find out about Anthony.

"I'm happy with what I saw at the back today."

When quizzed about Holloway the Wanderers chief said: "We'll see where that goes. At the moment I'm really happy. We probably would have had a couple more if we could but I'm ready to start with the squad I've got."