Birmingham boss Lee Clark insists they have not received any offers for Curtis Davies amid speculation linking him with a move to Norwich.
The centre-back is reported to be a target for former Blues boss Chris Hughton, who left St Andrew's to take charge at Carrow Road earlier this summer.
Davies has established himself as an integral figure in the Birmingham defence following his arrival from Aston Villa in January last year.
Clark admits that there are bound to be clubs who are keen on securing the services of the 27-year-old, but remains hopeful Davies' head will not be turned by reports over his future.
"The club haven't had an offer for him and, from what I have seen, he looks extremely happy at this football club," Clark told the Birmingham Mail.
"He looks at ease with the group and just from talking to him he seems to be in a happy place. So whether that changes I don't know.
"But all the indications are that he isn't taking notice of what's happening.
"I have got no doubt that there will be interest in him because he's a very, very good player. We have just got to take that in our stride."