Swansea City have insisted rumours surrouding Ashley Williams' future are nothing but speculation.
Former Swans boss Roberto Martinez is thought to be weighing up a January bid for the Welsh Player of the Year.
Sunderland are also reported to be interested, but Swansea have insisted there is nothing in the offing over the 25-year-old.
"Ashley has recently signed a long-term deal and we wanted him tied down," Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins said.
"In this day and age you can never say what is going to happen in the future, but what we do know is Ashley is settled in Swansea and he enjoys playing for our club.
"I haven't heard from anyone about him - there have been no enquiries about any of our players, and we hope it stays that way.
"These sorts of rumours are just part of football.
"When anybody is relatively successful in the Championship, there is always something about players moving on.
"Players will get good publicity when their team is doing well.
"Ashley is a strong defender, he is playing well and he has had extra publicity recently because of his achievements at international level.
"Any speculation that comes with that is just something we have to put up with."