Simon Kjaer's agent has dismissed reports linking the Wolfsburg defender with a move to Roma.
The highly-rated Denmark international, 22, has experience of playing in Serie A from his time with Palermo.
He switched to Wolfsburg after last summer's World Cup but his first season in Germany has not gone entirely according to plan, with Felix Magath's side battling to avoid relegation.
Roma were thought to be interested in bringing Kjaer back to Italy when the transfer window reopens at the end of the season, but this speculation has now been played down.
Agent Mikkel Beck insists Kjaer remains committed to honouring his long-term contract with Wolfsburg, while he has not been approached by Roma.
"Kjaer won't go to AS Roma," Beck told calciomercato.com.
"I have not had any contact with the new owners, let alone with (future sporting director, Walter) Sabatini.
"Simon has a contract with Wolfsburg until 2014 and at this moment he doesn't want to hear about the market.
"He is focused 100 per cent on the latest Bundesliga games. He wants to help the club avoid relegation."