Reports are suggesting that Kenny Miller wants to quit Bursaspor, but the Turkish club have told the striker he has no chance of leaving.
The Scotland international only left Rangers in the January transfer window and signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Super Lig outfit.
But it has been suggested that Miller's family have failed to settle in Turkey and that English top-flight clubs are paying attention.
However, Bursaspor president Ibrahim Yazici told the Daily Record: "It's ridiculous to say Miller wants to leave.
"If he wanted to leave don't you think he would tell me or our boss, Ertugrul Saglam, before reporters?
"He's on holiday and we'll speak when he comes back, but he won't be leaving.
"We have money for new transfers. We are building the club and we want Kenny to be a part of that."