Reading manager Brian McDermott has confirmed the club have received no offers for wantaway players Simon Church or Jay Tabb.
The duo are available for loan from the struggling Premier League side where they are deemed surplus to requirements, with both of their contracts due to expire this summer.
Church was not named in Reading's 25-man squad and is yet to make a league appearance this season, while Tabb, despite being a regular in the team earlier in the season, has fallen out of favour due to the arrival of Hope Akpan and the return to fitness of Jem Karacan.
McDermott said: "They know they can leave if it means regular football but there have been no calls yet. We will see what happens."
Kaspars Gorkss joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a loan deal this week, taking advantage of McDermott's open-minded attitude.
"Kaspars is there on loan but we have a recall after 28 days," the Reading boss said. "Kaspars did a great job last season when we won promotion and he has been involved in a lot of games for us this season.
"But he wants to play games which we can't guarantee so we were happy to loan him out to Wolves."