Wayne Rooney has urged Derby's administrators to leave the club in good hands as they assess potential buyers.
The Rams have been in the hands of Quantuma since September 22, with the company directors confirming this week that they had appealed against the automatic 12-point deduction Derby received.
The administrators have received proof of funds from numerous interested parties and both they and Rooney remain confident the club will be bought - though there is currently no dialogue with former Newcastle owner Mike Ashley.
Wayne Rooney has called for Derby's administrators to find a right buyer for the strugglers
'It's important that it's the right person as we don't want to be put in this position again,' said the former England captain. 'I know the administrators are doing