Bristol City manager Derek McInnes is keen to hang on to Albert Adomah and Yannick Bolasie after insisting there have been no bids for the wing duo.
Adomah has been a long-term target for Swansea City and reports have claimed that the Premier League club are lining up a swoop for the wide man to replace Scott Sinclair.
Bolasie, meanwhile, has been linked with City's Championship rivals Crystal Palace, but McInnes is hoping there will be no interest in his players.
"As far as I'm aware, a couple of players have been linked with moves. But I need to stress there has been no bids for either player," McInnes told the club's official website.
"With Albert there has been a lot of reported interest from Swansea, but in terms of actual bids we have not received anything and I hope it continues that way.
"Like every supporter at the club, I want to work with Albert and want him to be a part of our successful season with us. If an offer comes in that matches our valuation we will obviously have to look at it, but I need to stress it's nowhere near that stage.
"Likewise with Yannick there have been no bids from anybody for him.
"Like I say, we need to keep working and whether there is more speculation for players remains to be seen. We're concentrating on bringing good players in rather than letting good players go.
"Let's just see what happens over the course of the next few days and weeks and hopefully we will be ready for the new campaign."