Zoltan Gera remains locked in discussions regarding a new contract at West Bromwich Albion, according to his agent.
The Hungarian forward is set to see his current deal at The Hawthorns expire, meaning he is free to talk terms with other interested parties.
His representative has, however, been quick to point out that the Baggies remain keen on preventing Gera from leaving.
No agreement has been reached as yet, but there remains every chance that the 34-year-old will soon put pen to paper.
Asked about reports suggesting Gera is destined to be heading for pastures new this summer, Filipovic Vladan told Nemzeti Sport: "This is not true.
"Zoltan's contract expires and he is free to sign anywhere, but this doesn't mean that West Brom don't want to keep him.
"We are having talks with the club, the leaders have stressed that they want Zoltan Gera to stay.
"The negotiations are going well and we hope that a new contract will be signed within one or two weeks.
"Zoltan feels good at the club, his health is getting better, his injury will soon be history so he has no reason to change."