Skysports.com understands Sheffield Wednesday have failed in a move for Celtic's Derek Riordan.
It is understood the Owls made an enquiry for Riordan as they look to bolster their squad ahead of the new season.
However, Wednesday were put off by Celtic's £1million valuation of the versatile attacker.
Riordan's future at Celtic has been the subject of intense speculation with the player frustrated with his lack of first-team opportunities.
The 24-year-old has admitted he may have to consider his options if he does establish himself in Gordon Strachan's side this season.
Celtic have a wealth of attacking options at Parkhead and Riordan found himself playing a bit-part role for most of last term.
Wednesday boss Brian Laws was keen to offer Riordan an escape route out of Glasgow, but they unable to meet Celtic's price-tag for the player.
It now seems Riordan will stay at Celtic unless any interested party is willing to meet the Scottish's side £1million valuation of the former Hibernian star.