Keith Millen insists it will take more than an offer of £3million to persuade Bristol City to sell striker Nicky Maynard.
Former Crewe Alexandra youngster Maynard took his tally for the season to 20 when scoring a brace in last Saturday's Championship win over Derby County.
Caretaker manager Millen admitted after that game that he expected Maynard to attract interest in the summer, but stressed it would take a 'huge offer' to force the club's hand.
And, after Premier League side Wolves were linked with a £3million bid for the 23-year-old, Millen dismissed suggestions the forward could leave Ashton Gate for that price.
"It's all news to me," Millen told the Bristol Evening Post.
"It would take a lot more money than that for us to even consider selling Nicky."
In addition to Wolves reportedly showing an interest, West Bromwich Albion are rumoured to have scouted Maynard ahead of their return to the top flight next season.