Brighton boss Mark McGhee has poured cold water on reports which suggested Wolves had lodged a bid for striker Colin Kazim-Richards.
The 19-year-old is one of the hottest properties at The Withdean and his efforts during Brighton's relegation from The Championship last term caught the eye of a number of clubs.
The Seagulls have stood firm over the summer, but reports earlier in the week stated new Wolves boss Mick McCarthy had come out of the woodwork with an offer.
McGhee has stated no bid has been tabled and is not prepared to discuss the possibility of Kazim-Richards moving on.
"I don't know anything about this," McGhee told The Argus. "There is no mileage in discussing it until anybody makes an offer.
"It just fuels speculation and unsettles the boy."