George Boyd's agent has played down reports linking the Peterborough winger with a move to Blackpool.
Recent reports have suggested Blackpool boss Ian Holloway had targeted a move for Boyd as a possible replacement for the in-demand Charlie Adam.
The 25-year-old is regarded as one of the best talents outside the top flight after impressing at London Road over the last few seasons.
Boyd's agent, Clive Berlin, insists he has not heard from Blackpool and that the Scotland B international is happy with life at Peterborough, especially with Darren Ferguson back at the helm at London Road.
"As far as I am concerned no one from Blackpool has contacted me about George," Berlin told skysports.com.
"George is happy at Peterborough and enjoying his football, especially with Darren Ferguson back at the club.
"However, George like any player is very ambitious and if the right offer came along he would consider it if it meant playing at the highest level."