The agent of Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has played down reports linking his client with a summer switch to Italy.
With the Hungary international having shone for the Trotters in the Championship this season, speculation regarding Bogdan's future comes as no surprise.
His efforts are said to have drawn admiring glances from Serie A giants Roma, while Torino and Cagliari are also believed to be keen.
Bogdan is, however, tied to a long-term contract at Bolton which is due to run until 2016 and his representative claims no offers have been received as yet.
Pataky Tibor told Sky Sports: "Adam Bogdan had another great season so it's no surprise that there is movement around him.
"Many teams have been looking at him, but that's natural for an international player who performs at such a high level.
"Adam was among the best goalkeepers in the Championship, he played a great number of games and had lots of good performances.
"His manager considers him to be the best in the league, so it's no surprise that his name appears alongside some serious teams that are looking for a new goalkeeper.
"It's useless to comment on these Italian reports and on concrete names because Adam is contracted to Bolton and feels good there.
"So far we can only talk about possible interest, and it's likely that there will be more. But Bolton haven't received any offers and they want him to stay."