Espanyol striker Pablo Osvaldo has shunned reported interest from Blackburn and Wigan.
The Premier League duo have been impressed with the 24-year-old former Italy Under-21 international, who has enjoyed a good start to the new season.
The Argentine-born striker only recently joined Espanyol on a permanent basis from Bologna, but financial worries with the Barcelona outfit could see them having to sell.
It has now been claimed in Spain that Blackburn and Wigan were both looking at a possible January deal, whilst giants Juventus and Real Madrid have also been linked.
Espanyol sporting director Ramon Planes said: "Osvaldo's performance has not gone unnoticed and we know that it is followed closely by clubs in the Premier League and Italy.
"The agent of Osvaldo is aware he is being watched, but as we said there has been no concrete offer. Nobody has come with a financial offer to us."
Despite the reported interest from Blackburn and Wigan, Osvaldo is believed to have told his agent that he is not keen on moving to England.
"He is very happy here," continued Planes.
"He is young and has found the confidence needed."
Planes did confirm that they had not heard from Real, but refused to rule out Juve's interest.
"Madrid has not come to us," he said,
"Osvaldo has the profile of the player they want and the rumor does not surprise me.
"But I think that Osvaldo does not go now, he will finish the season with us."