Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle insists there are still no bids for in-demand defender Gary Cahill.
The England international is out of contract next summer and has been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City.
Many expect offers to flood in for Cahill before the transfer window closes, but Coyle has again reiterated that things are quiet.
Coyle insists there is no credence to the speculation doing the rounds and that Cahill himself is focused solely on his football.
Cahill scored the club's opening Premier League goal of the season against QPR last week and Coyle is still in awe of the long-range special.
"There is no foundation to the speculation and I have said to Gary there is nothing to be distracted about," said Coyle.
"He has to focus on what he does for Bolton; he gets well paid by the club and has a great contract and we have invested a lot of money in him after buying him from Aston Villa.
"He has shown that focus with his performances. If there was something concrete to happen then Gary would be the first to know.
"He knows the way I work as a manager, the relationship I have with him and you saw last week how focused he was.
"Aside from his defensive performance what he adds at set-plays and moving forward and the goal he scored is all credit to Gary Cahill and long may it continue.
"I have said before Gary has, I believe, the feet of a centre-forward even though he operates at the back. It was a world-class strike from a world-class player in the making."