Hal Robson-Kanu's agent has rejected rumours linking the Reading winger with a move to Portsmouth.
Reports had suggested Portsmouth had made a bid for the Wales international as Steve Cotterill looks to lure him to Fratton Park.
However, Robson-Kanu's representative Gary Saunders claims he has heard nothing from Portsmouth and that the 22-year-old is in talks with Reading over a new deal at the Madejski Stadium.
"The speculation has not been put out by me, it's the first I have heard about it," Saunders told the Portsmouth News.
"At this moment in time Hal is a Reading player and is still negotiating with them over extending his contract.
"He seems to be happy at Reading and has been there for a number of years.
"The club have approached him about staying even longer and he is speaking to them.
"I know Portsmouth from last year and this year seems different to me, they seem to be heading in a different direction, which is great for the club. But I've heard nothing from them."
Saunders, who also represents Ibrahima Sonko, admits the big defender will not be returning to Portsmouth after spending last season on loan at Pompey from Stoke.
Sonko is available on a free transfer and Saunders admits a number of clubs are looking at the stopper, but that Portsmouth have not expressed an interest in bringing the player back to the club.
He added: "There has been interest from a few clubs but at this moment in time nothing has been tied up.
"I can say, though, that there is no interest from Portsmouth at the minute."