Rotherham United have rejected an offer from League Two leaders Crawley Town for Lewis Grabban and insist there is no pressure to sell their top scorer.
Sky Sports revealed earlier on Thursday that Crawley had made an approach for Grabban and were understood to have offered £100,000.
However, the Millers have snubbed the enquiry from their divisional rivals and are determined to hang on to Grabban during the transfer window.
"We can confirm that an offer has been put to us for Lewis from Crawley Town," Rotherham's chief operating officer Paul Douglas told the club's official website.
"The approach has been turned down.
"The club is under no pressure to sell any of our players and Lewis is part of our long-term plans for the future success of the club."
Grabban has scored 15 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions for Rotherham this season following his summer arrival from Millwall on a free transfer.