DEVIZES Town midfielder Kieran Baggs has rejected the overtures of Corsham Town boss Mel Gingell and says he wants to help his current side through their troubles.

Baggs was targeted as one of four players Gingell wanted to sign, but the midfielder says he will remain loyal to current bosses Shaun Moffat and Kevin Whitbread.

He said: ”I’m going to stay at Devizes. I think there’s a lack of loyalty on a lot of players’ parts at the moment.

“It’s not all about money at the end of the day. It’s easy to jump off when things are going bad.

“We’re going through a bit of a bad patch but hopefully we’ll come through it a bit better.”

Baggs will not feature in Devizes’ relegation six-pointer at Barnstaple Town tomorrow, as he was sent off in the previous encounter between the sides three weeks ago.

Devizes lost that game 2-1 at Nursteed Road and Baggs will miss three games as a result of the red card.

The strugglers will go into tomorrow’s match with up to an entire team unavailable.

In addition to Baggs, Steve Campbell, Rob Drown, Charlie Lamb, Jez Hare, Steve Campbell, Craig Campbell, Gary Campbell, Andy Coombes and Brad Newman are missing and Robbie Mitchell is doubtful.

Joint manager Shaun Moffat said: “The last time we had a fit team was back in November.”

Devizes have not won in the league since that month.

The club have put in seven days’ notice of approach for Corsham Town hitman Adam Heath.

The news comes days after utility man Shaun Percival left Devizes for The Southbank.