Luis Fabiano's agent claims there has been no contact with Inter Milan regarding a possible move for the Sevilla striker.
Brazil forward Fabiano, 29, has been strongly linked with a switch away from Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan after impressing during the World Cup this summer, despite only recently signing a new deal.
The likes of Tottenham, Marseille, Schalke and Fenerbahce have all reportedly been keeping tabs on his situation although nothing materialised before the end of the transfer window.
Fabiano's agent Jose Fuentes reiterated the fact that the player is unhappy at Sevilla, but denied contact with the Nerazzurri ahead of a speculated move in January.
He told calciomercato.it: "At the moment I have not heard anything from Inter, nor from other clubs for January.
"There's no doubt that the player is a bit down in the dumps. He wanted to leave in the summer, there were formal offers of Tottenham, Olympique Marseille, Schalke 04 and even Fenerbahce, but it didn't interest us.
"We have renewed his contract until 2013, but now he doesn't play. I don't know the reason, let's see what happens with the new coach (Gregorio Manzano)."
Fabiano has only played 89 minutes of Sevilla's opening five matches of the campaign and the Andalusians currently sit seventh in La Liga.