Steven Naismith's agent has denied reports West Ham have made an approach for the Rangers striker and says he is fully focused on continuing his Ibrox career.
Speculation has surfaced the frontman was the subject of a £2million offer from the Premier League new-boys but his agent, Russell Kyle, has denied such claims.
Kyle insists Naismith, who saw his season cut short after suffering a cruciate ligament injury in October, is concentrating on regaining full fitness in time for the new season with Gers.
He told the Daily Record: "I can say categorically that we have had no contact with West Ham and that no one from Rangers has been in touch to tell us Steven has been the subject of an inquiry from them.
"Steven is on holiday and his primary concern is returning to Rangers and being fully fit for the new season."
Naismith, who has three years left to run on his contract at Ibrox, previously attracted a £2m bid from West Brom which was rejected by the club's administrators, Duff and Phelps.
The striker has previously stated he is optimistic of continuing his career in Glasgow despite concerns over the financially-stricken club's future.