However you choose to interpret the quote Martin gave, that does add weight to the earlier reports that others have walked away at the point of discussing "terms" and it would be surprising if by "terms" they are referring to price as that would have been discussed at the first opportunity rather than the last. Make of that what you will.
I think the interesting element in play is our continued loss-making as sooner or later the money will run out and that prospect has to increasingly put pressure on Anderson to do a deal unless he's determined to put his exit "terms" ahead of the club's best interest and simply let us go bankrupt if he doesn't get what he wants. Sadly, I think that might well be the case.
It reminds me of a company I did some consultancy for years ago when they were going tits up and the owners refused to accept an offer for less than their investment even though the company was worth nowhere near what they had put in. Nor were they willing to accept my recommendation to spin out a couple of divisions into viable newcos as they were determined to marvel at what they'd built - when in reality what they'd built was a shambles. Their stubbornness cost them dearly. Sometimes you have to face facts - but the difference here is that Anderson didn't build BWFC and he doesn't have the same emotional investment those fools had. Moreover, he's made sure he's a creditor so will get paid out on the sale of assets when the club is dismantled.