Reading manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he has received an offer for Burnley target Andre Bikey.
Bikey is currently in the middle of a five-game ban but is believed to be interesting Premier League new boys Burnley.
Burnley boss Owen Coyle has admitted an interest in the Cameroon international as he looks to bolster his defensive options.
Rodgers has confirmed an offer has been lodged for Bikey and the club are thinking it over.
"We've had a couple of enquiries with regards to Andre. We've taken that on board. We've had an offer and we'll wait and see on that one.
"If anyone goes it is going to take an extraordinary deal or the chance for them to play at a bigger level. I haven't got people banging on my door, crying to go. If anything it is the opposite."
Rodgers also confirmed that midfielder James Harper is still in talks with Wolves after a move fell through last week.
"James spoke to Wolves. He's now back here. Things have gone a little quiet but we will have to wait and see," added Rodgers.
"A fee was agreed and we gave him permission to speak to them. Obviously, Mick McCarthy was at our game the other night and I think it's getting towards that period in the transfer window when there is much more speculation.
"At the moment he is a Reading player. He's working well and his movement was good the other night, so it certainly wasn't fitness which stopped the move."