Borussia Monchengladbach hope to keep hold of Marco Reus after dismissing reports that Bayern Munich had made an offer for the forward.
Reus has enjoyed an impressive season for Gladbach and was influential in Sunday's 1-0 win over Mainz on his return to the team after injury.
Premier League duo Arsenal and Manchester City have been linked with bids for the 22-year-old, who is under contract at Gladbach until 2015.
Reports have also claimed that Bayern want to sign the Germany international amid suggestions he has an €18million (£15.1m) release clause in his contract which comes into effect next summer.
However, Gladbach insist there have been no enquiries for Reus and are confident the attacker is happy to stay with the Bundesliga club.
"There is no offer (from Bayern)," Gladbach's director of sport Max Eberl told Sky television.
"It is obvious that the lad is interesting and he is playing a fantastic season and it is also obvious that he feels very, very happy with us.
"We have not received any enquiries and there would be no point in any arriving because we want to keep hold of the lad for a long time."