Brazilian star Vagner Love has warned his suitors it would take a massive offer to make him leave CSKA Moscow.
Love has been continually linked with a move to England after impressing at CSKA over the last few seasons.
Everton are believed to have tried to sign Love last summer and during last month's transfer window, but CSKA managed to keep hold of the South American, who has also been linked with Manchester City.
Toffees boss David Moyes watched Love score for CSKA against Aston Villa in the Uefa Cup in midweek and he is thought to be lining up a move for the 24-year-old in the summer.
However, Love has played down any possibility of moving by saying he is happy in Russia.
"I am a CSKA player and I am very happy in Moscow," Love told the Daily Mirror. "This is a club with a big history and I am happy to play here.
"I have heard about Everton and Manchester City but I have a contract at CSKA and I am happy with that."