Bolton boss Owen Coyle insists he is not inviting offers for goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.
Reports suggested Coyle may be ready to let go of Al Habsi, who is currently on loan at Wigan, in the January transfer window.
Al Habsi has impressed during his loan stint at Wigan and Latics boss Roberto Martinez has indicated he would like to sign the Oman international on a permanent basis.
A number of other clubs have also been linked with Al Habsi and Coyle admits he would consider any approaches that came in for the player, but emphasised none had emerged so far and that he was certainly not seeking them out.
"I was asked a question about players, Al Habsi being one of them, and if offers came in for them in January, what would the situation be," Coyle said.
"What I said was that it was hypothetical, because at the moment, it is not the situation we are in.
"If and when any offer comes in for my players - not that we want any, but if they did - it is something we would look at as a club.
"But we are not sitting here wanting any offers for our players. I am very comfortable with the squad I have got and Ali Al Habsi is a part of that."
DevelopmentCoyle was keen to assure Al Habsi that as far as he was concerned, the situation had not changed.
"I addressed it straight away by talking to Ali's representative so they knew," Coyle said.
"We signed a season-long loan with Wigan, a very good financial deal for the football club and an opportunity for Ali, who we have a very high opinion of, to go and play in the Premier League week in, week out.
"He had been number two to Jussi Jaaskelainen and it wasn't doing him any favours in his development as a player.
"He had to go and play and he has shown his qualities this year, because he has been outstanding for Wigan.
"We entered into that loan deal with Wigan expecting that to be for the season-long loan and nothing has changed on that.
"Because we are getting to the silly season, when the transfers come up and everything else, if people want to invent something, then that is up to them.
"But I can assure you that we signed that in good faith with Wigan and unless something was to change from their end, then I see that being concluded."