Luton manager Mick Harford has rubbished speculation linking him with a move for Bolton defender Jaroslaw Fojut.
The 20-year-old, who is under contract at the Reebok Stadium until 2009, played 16 games while on loan at Kenilworth Road last season and rumour has been rife that the Hatters are keen to secure a new deal.
However, Harford - who is wrestling with a 27-point deficit in League Two - insists he has yet to approach Bolton regarding Fojut.
"We haven't made contact with Bolton for Fojut," Harford told skysports.com.
Meanwhile, Harford admits that he will be willing to listen to offers for goalkeeper Dean Brill.
Luton signed Leicester City shot-stopper Conrad Logan on loan earlier on Thursday, which has stoked conjecture surrounding Brill's future.
"We've had lots of enquiries for our players and Dean Brill is one of those," added Harford.
"It's coming up to that time in the window when clubs are looking to strengthen their squads and Dean Brill is, in my opinion, a very good goalkeeper who is going to go on and be a top-class keeper.
"So, I'm not surprised that there's been interest in Dean Brill.
"If the offer's right and it is right for Dean and the football club then we would consider it."