Huddersfield Town insist it is 'nonsense' that the club have rejected any bids for Jordan Rhodes and have reiterated the striker is not for sale.
Rhodes has impressed during his time at the Galpharm Stadium and has been linked with a summer move following Huddersfield's failure to secure promotion from League One.
Crystal Palace have confirmed an interest in the forward and the Championship club's assistant manager Lennie Lawrence says 'there might possibly be a deal'.
However, while acknowledging there have been enquiries for some players following the sale of Lee Peltier to Leicester City, chief executive Nigel Clibbens stressed there have been no offers for Rhodes.
"Jordan's situation is like that of all good players," Clibbens told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
"From time to time you will get general enquiries about your good players, asking what the position is, and that's just normal - indeed we ask other clubs the same question.
"As you would expect, we have had one or two about Jordan but, in each instance, they have got a firm but polite reply that he is very much not for sale.
"Speculation about turning down bids and offers being presented is total nonsense."