Millwall manager Kenny Jackett has denied reports suggesting Nottingham Forest have bid for Steve Morison.
It was claimed on Wednesday that the Reds had seen a £2million approach knocked back by their Championship rivals.
Millwall insist that was not the case, with no approach received for their star striker.
Jackett hopes that will remain the case throughout the January transfer window, with the Lions only willing to discuss offers from top flight clubs.
"I've had no call or bid at all from Nottingham Forest, the club who have been mentioned in the papers," he told the News Shopper.
"I'm sure it is just speculation in the run up to January and the transfer window opening.
"Whether then in January there will be something when it opens, I don't know. But as we stand at the moment it is not a situation where I would be encouraging it anyway.
"We want to try and keep our good players and try to build and improve on our squad ourselves. We don't want to be a selling club.
"Our stand so far on Steve has been if a Premier League club comes in then we will see, but another Championship club is not something we would be interested in."