Millwall have shunned an offer for Steve Morison and insist they have no plans to part with the striker.
It is reported that a £2million bid was lodged for the Wales international, with Nottingham Forest believed to be the interested party.
The Lions immediately spurned the approach, though, as the 27-year-old is integral to their future plans.
Boss Kenny Jackett claims there is no chance Morison will be sold during the January transfer window, especially not to one of their Championship rivals.
"We are not looking to sell our best players," he said.
"We want to add to our squad and improve on it.
"We are trying to establish ourselves in this division and not let our rivals have our players."