Burnley manager Steve Cotterill has once again stressed that Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty is not for sale.
The 19-year-old, who scored his first international goal in midweek, has been linked with a possible move to Fulham.
Cottagers boss Lawrie Sanchez is a big fan of the powerful striker and he is believed to keeping tabs on Lafferty after losing Brian McBride to long-term injury.
Cotterill insists his prized asset is going nowhere despite the speculation and that he can get better by playing alongside David Healy for Northern Ireland.
Not for sale"Kyle is not for sale. It`s all relevant to fees and every player has his price. But Kyle listens to me and trusts me and we don`t want to sell him," Cotterill told the club`s official website.
"I was delighted to see him score. He doesn't score as often as he could and that is something he can learn from David Healy.
"As regards the other attributes he is as good as David, but he is just not as good a goalscorer."