City have not received a single inquiry for any of their under-achieving players.

Peter Jackson is ready to plot his own “uprising” after the club’s lowest finish in 45 years and has been busy sounding out potential targets.

The interim boss, who declined to comment on City’s interest in League Two top scorer Clayton Donaldson, wants to start all over with the squad who failed dismally last term.

Ten players were shown the door when their contracts were up and Jackson has put the remaining 13 senior pros in the shop window. But so far there have been no takers.

Jackson said: “I have indicated that everybody here now has their price but I’ve not had a call about anyone.

“It’s still early days and somebody may come in tomorrow and bid for X. If it’s money we can’t turn down, then he goes and we use that to rebuild because it needs turning round."

Jackson added:“It’s time for an uprising and hopefully next year we can do a lot better than in the previous four or five.”

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