Peter Odemwingie's agent has played down reports linking the West Brom striker with a summer switch to Juventus.
The Nigeria international has attracted admiring glances following an impressive debut season for the Baggies in the Premier League, during which he has bagged 11 goals.
Hawthorns boss Roy Hodgson recently admitted his fears that Odemwingie's displays would lead to him becoming a transfer target of rival clubs in the summer.
But agent David Omigie, who worked the £2million deal which saw his client move to the Black Country from Lokomotiv Moscow, insists the forward is not looking to move on.
Odemwingie has two years remaining on his current contract with West Brom and Omigie claims he is in the dark over reports of interest from Serie A giants Juve.
"Peter has a contract with West Brom, where he is very happy," Omigie told the Express and Star.
"There has been no contact with us and the only people who can say whether there has been any interest in Peter are West Brom.
"West Brom haven't told us about anything and Peter is really enjoying himself there and doing very well. He will be happy staying there unless West Brom tell us otherwise."