WREXHAM FC fans were last night demanding answers from a Midlands property company following more rumours over the club's sale.
Old House Holdings, posted a statement on Wrexham Supporters Trust website denying "direct talks with Mr Hamilton or Wrexham Football Club".
But fans claim the statement throws up a raft of questions.
They want to know if bosses at the Birmingham-based company are interested in buying the Racecourse.
If they are, supporters urged the developers to back away.
WST members are in favour of local businessman Neville Dickens' efforts to buy the club. He wants to keep the Dragons playing at the Racecourse Ground.
But Mr Dickens fears a rival bidder is waiting to top his offer and demolish the stadium.
Supporters are also angry with part of the Old House Holdings statement.
It said: "We believe the efforts and energy of the fans needs to be channelled into efforts to try and find and gain additional support and look for a viable alternative ground if the club's worst fears materialise."
A company spokesman insisted the quote was meant to encourage fans if a worst case scenario is realised and the Dragons have to leave the Racecourse.
But last night company bosses would not be drawn whether they supported fans efforts to keep Wrexham FC at its historic home.
Nobody was available to confirm or deny if Old House Holdings had any interest in buying the club.
The statement said: "It is our under-standing that Mr Hamilton has had discussions with a number of parties but until he reaches a conclusion to ongoing discussions with the club and the administrators, nothing will progress regarding safeguarding the future of the club.
"We are not privy to the nature of any of these discussions so therefore we cannot make comment on them.
"Further to this we would like to add that Old House Holdings has every sympathy with the current situation of the club and its loyal and fervent supporters."
It added: "Due to the volume of enquiries from followers of Wrexham Football Club to the nature of our involvement, we are unable to handle all enquiries personally.
"In the meantime we would advise that all enquiries regarding the future of the club should be referred to the owners and/or the administrators."
A WST spokesman said: "These comments are very unsatisfactory. The future of the club is on a knife-edge and we are 100% behind Neville Dickens' bid.
"We understand what his plans are and we are keen to see them put into action.
"This interest from Old House and any other party at this time is unwel-come and we would urge them to back away from this deal."
Owner Alex Hamilton has a majority shareholding in the club and the Racecourse freehold.
He has issued an eviction order against the club with effect from July 21.
But the club's administrator David Acland has insisted the club will not be leaving. They will resist the notice, through the courts if necessary.