Coventry City boss Chris Coleman has dismissed speculation linking goalkeeper Kieren Westwood to Everton.
Toffees boss David Moyes is believed to be keen on landing the 24-year-old Republic of Ireland international.
But Coleman has been quick to rule out any such notion that Westwood could be transferred.
"There have been no offers, no conversations, no nothing - and I don't want any," he told the Coventry Telegraph.
"David (Moyes) is very disappointed about the way Manchester City have handled the Joleon Lescott thing because he's not had enough time to go out and get a replacement and it would be the same for us if we lost one of our players at this stage of the season.
"Where could we get a replacement? It's one thing if you're selling players at the start of the summer but something else again if you're only three or four days away from the end of the transfer window. Keiren's not going anywhere unless somebody's going to come up with 10 million quid - then we might say yes."