Rotherham United manager Andy Scott has received further interest in the Millers' striker Lewis Grabban.
The Millers have already rejected a £100,000 bid from League Two rivals Crawley, while Sheffield Wednesday were also reported to be preparing an offer for the 24-year-old.
But Scott insists it is not the right time to do business.
"We have had dialogue with a couple of clubs," he said. "But I've spoken to Lewis and the chairman and we are all of the same opinion that if he finishes this season as well as he started it he will be on 25 goals and Championship and top League One clubs will be in for him in the summer and then we would have a struggle (to keep him).
"But it is not the time to do it now as I wouldn't be able to replace him. It's not even a consideration to go to another League Two club.
"If he scores those goals and we get where we want to be then we have a fantastic chance of keeping hold of him."