Stefano Okaka's agent has played down reports linking his client with a move to West Brom.
The 21-year-old striker spent the second half of last season on loan at Fulham, scoring three goals in 13 appearances.
It had been suggested that the promising frontman could soon be heading back to England, having proved that he is capable of handling life in the Premier League.
His agent, though, is adamant that Okaka will see out the 2010/11 campaign in Serie A.
He insists the Italy U21 international is happy at Roma and is prepared to bide his time in pursuit of regular first-team football.
Domenico Scopelliti claims to know nothing of the speculation linking Okaka with a return to England and has dashed any suggestion of such a deal being put in place.
"I don't know anything about West Bromwich's interest," he told asromanews.it.
"There is only one club interested in Okaka, and that is Roma.
"Stefano will not move from Rome. He has the confidence of the coach (Claudio Ranieri) and is happy with his current situation."
Okaka, who is under contract at Stadio Olimpico until 2012, came on as second half substitute in Roma's opening fixture of the new season against Cesena on Saturday.