Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer insists the club have received no enquiries about Jordan Rhodes but would sell the striker for the right price.
Rhodes, who has scored 16 goals this season, has long been linked with a move to the Premier League, but Bowyer insists there has been 'no interest at all' in the striker so far this month.
The Rovers boss does, however, accept the 23-year-old could be sold if a big bid is made.
He told Sky Sports News Radio: "We've said all along that the owners don't have any intention of selling Jordan but everybody has a price, even Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.
"We're fully aware that if someone came in with an unbelievable bid we wouldn't be able to not accept it."
Another player linked with an Ewood Park exit this month is David Goodwillie, who Bowyer admitted is attracting interest.
He said: "David has just come back from Dundee United on loan and there are one or two clubs that are interested in him so hopefully something might get sorted out.
"If not, he comes back into the squad as someone who we think might add something to us."
Bowyer would not comment on specific targets of his own but did admit he would like to strengthen his squad before the end of the month.
He said: "We've got a decent squad now. We're looking to improve and add to it so we've got to keep working hard on that front.
"We get linked with everybody. They say we're signing this player or that player but from our point of view we've got to see who's available and who we can bring in, then when there's an announcement to be made we'll make it."
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