Swindon Town chairman Andrew Fitton insists the club have no intention of selling Charlie Austin.
The highly-rated striker has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence over the past 12 months, with his days a bricklayer now firmly behind him.
The 21-year-old was plying his trade in non-league football as recently as September 2009, before Swindon offered him a route into the big time.
He has repaid their faith in spades, with a 21-goal return last season helping the Robins to the League One play-off final.
Unsurprisingly, his fine form has not gone unnoticed and interest in his services has steadily mounted throughout the summer.
It is understood Championship outfit Millwall lodged a bid for Austin over the weekend, but Swindon are reluctant to sell their star striker.
Fitton is adamant that Swindon will be doing all they can to keep their prized asset at the County Ground and has stressed that the former Poole Town man is not for sale.
"Charlie Austin is not for sale," he told the Swindon Advertiser.
"We are not entertaining any offers for Charlie Austin."