Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins insists the club have not received an offer for midfielder Leon Britton.
Wigan manager, and former Swans boss, Roberto Martinez is thought to be a keen admirer of the 27-year-old and has revealed he plans to strengthen this January.
Whether Britton is included in his targets is unknown, but Jenkins was quick to dismiss reports of a bid from the Latics.
"We have had no offer for Leon from anyone," Jenkins told the Evening Post. "And as to whether Wigan are interested in him, you will have to ask Roberto."
Britton has been at the Liberty Stadium since making a loan deal from first club West Ham permanent in 2003 and has become an integral part of the club securing their Championship status.
However, with the player entering the final six months of his current deal, Britton's future is up in the air with rival Championship sides also monitoring his situation.
Jenkins insists the club will do all they can to convince him to remain in South Wales, but concedes the likelihood that Britton will leave.
"As far as we are concerned, the situation with Leon is that we are still waiting for him to decide where his future lies," said Jenkins.
"He has made it clear he would like to wait until the end of the season to make his decision and we have accepted that.
"Ideally we would like Leon to sign a new deal and commit to us so we can move forward, but at the moment that doesn't look like happening."