Andy Ritchie has rubbished speculation linking Barnsley with a trio of new players.
Hull's Nick Barmby, Sheffield United defender Chris Morgan and Leon Knight of Swansea were all believed to be targets for Ritchie.
However, he has insisted the rumours are not true and that he is not looking to sign any of the three.
"There is no interest whatsoever in Barmby, Sheffield United will not let Morgan go so that's nonsense and we do not want Knight," he said.
"I don't know where some of these things come from."
Ritchie has confirmed that midfielder Colin Healy is set to leave Oakwell later this week on loan.
He explained: "Colin could well go to get some games. Hopefully that could be done before Saturday."
Northern Ireland international Phil Mulryne has joined Barnsley for a short trial though, along with Bolton youngster Danny Stott.
"We have Phil and Danny in this week and they will spend some time training with us so we can have a closer look at them," Ritchie told the club's official website.
Meanwhile, Barnsley have been hit with a Football Association charge following their clash with Coventry last month.
The Tykes have been charged with "failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion."
There was a scuffle during the game after some of Barnsley's players were angered by a tackle from Michael Doyle on Brian Howard.
The club have until November 15 to respond to the charge.