Burnley manager Eddie Howe has warned Queens Park Rangers off making a bid for striker Jay Rodriguez.
The England Under 21 international only signed a new contract at Turf Moor in March after impressing for the Clarets.
Promoted QPR have been linked with a bid for the youngster, but Howe has no plans to cash in on the forward over the summer.
"We're not open to any offers for Jay, and we won't encourage any either," said Howe.
"He's had a fantastic season and he's a big part of our plans. I've not heard anything from QPR, but if I did, they would be told to go away in no certain terms."
Meanwhile, Rodriguez is looking forward to a quiet summer after missing out on Stuart Pearce's final England squad for the European Under 21 Championship.
"I never expected anything anyway," he told the club's official website. "There are some great players in there, every single one of them and good luck to them in the tournament.
"It was nice to be talked about (by England). I never expected it. It was just a bonus really so I wasn't too disappointed. It's just one of those things.
"I'll probably have a rest now, keep ticking over and then nearer the time get myself back fit. I always look to improve myself which I need to do in several areas.
"I always try and aim higher. I'm looking forward to coming back and hopefully it will be a good season."