Fulham boss Martin Jol has refused to be drawn into speculation linking his side with Marseille striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.
The France international is playing in the Ligue 1 club's reserve side after falling out with manager Didier Deschamps.
It is understood that Gignac was unhappy after being left out of the starting line-up in Wednesday's UEFA Champions League clash against Olympiakos.
The Cottagers were linked with the 25-year-old in the summer and the French club later confirmed that he was in negotiations to move to Craven Cottage on transfer deadline day.
The majority of Fulham's goals have been shared between Clint Dempsey, Andrew Johnson and Bobby Zamora this season, but Gignac has been a consistent scorer in France.
But asked if Fulham have made another offer for the player, Jol's response was: "If we do, we will let you know.
"Of course we always look to improve the squad and that is what we try to do, but I don't want to mention names."
Gignac signed for Marseille in 2010 after a successful spell at Toulouse and has won 16 caps for his national side.
This season, he has failed to find the net which led to his omission from the starting line-up in Europe in midweek.