Bolton boss Owen Coyle has warned Gary Cahill's suitors they will only sell the defender for the right price.
The Trotters rejected a bid from Arsenal earlier this week for Cahil which Coyle described as 'derisory'.
Arsenal are expected to come back with an improved offer for the England international before the close of the transfer window on Wednesday.
However, Coyle insists Bolton will not be forced into any sale of their star defender unless their valuation is met.
"Everybody knows Gary's desire to play for an elite club, with the Champions League and everything else," noted Coyle.
"I fully endorse that but he is an outstanding man as well as a footballer.
"But I've had a chat with Gary about it and he knows my opinion.
"The bottom line is, we don't have to be taking poor offers.
"I would probably want more for Gary than would be accepted but it still has to be a good offer.
"I think Gary could play for anybody, so my valuation would be higher than anybody's."