Leicester manager Paulo Sousa has played down speculation that Chris Weale is set to leave the club, but admitted he could go for the right price.
West Ham are thought to be interested in the goalkeeper after he enjoyed an impressive campaign for the Foxes last season.
But the Hammers have yet to approach Leicester and Sousa says he has not been contacted by anyone.
Sousa nevertheless accepts that everybody has their price and he will listen to any offers that do arrive.
He told the Leicester Mercury: "No-one has contacted me about Chris.
"When that happens, then everyone will get to know. With the right price, we can think about it, why not?
"The club is bigger than everyone. Everyone can leave and everyone can come but for now we don't think about it."
Steve Howard has been linked with a move to Huddersfield but Sousa is keen to keep hold of the striker.
He said: "Steve is a player who gives us something different and he has experience. Of course we want every player to commit to the club and myself.
"Anyone, if they want to leave, they can leave. The club is bigger than any individual.
"He is an important player in the squad but I want to keep only the players who commit with myself and the club."