Dundee United have warned off clubs sniffing around their players after insisting no bids have been received for any members of the squad.
Speculation has claimed that Ipswich Town are weighing up a summer bid for defender Gavin Gunning, while highly-rated winger Gary Mackay-Steven is a reported target for Swansea City.
However, United have dismissed the rumours and have stressed that manager Peter Houston's focus is on improving his squad for next season.
A club statement read: "Dundee United are disappointed to read what we regard as unsubstantiated rumours in today's media relating to our players.
"We have received no formal offers for any of our players and indeed would not welcome any such offers.
"We are realistic of the current financial climate within football and if substantial offers for any of our players which exceed the valuations we place on our players were submitted, we would consider such bids.
"The manager is currently engaged in attempting to enhance the squad for next season after another highly successful campaign and each of our contracted players are seen as integral parts of our future squad.
"We remain committed to providing our loyal supporters with the best possible team on the park."
Meanwhile, Danny Swanson is set to leave Tannadice in the summer after the midfielder was restricted to just 14 starts in two seasons due to a series of injuries.