Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is unaware of any concrete interest in Matt O’Riley and believes the midfielder is happy to continue improving in his team.
Reports claim Spanish league leaders Girona are considering making a move for the Denmark international ahead of the transfer deadline.
But the 23-year-old signed a new contract earlier in the season that ties him to Glasgow until 2027 and appears focused on his game.
Rodgers said: “I’m not aware of any (interest). But it’s natural, if you’ve got good players then of course they will attract attention. But I’m not focused on that at all.
“We don’t want to be losing any (of our best players). The plan was to add to the squad and that’s still the plan.
“If a player doesn’t want to be here then my experience is you are better off moving them on. It’s as simple as that.
“Of course the club is in a really strong position with no need to sell and no thoughts of selling.
“Matt is really, really happy here. He signed a new deal, he has really progressed, he is into double figures now in goals, and his assists are there.
“For him as a young player, he is a brilliant professional, all he wants to do is improve and he can see the improvement here. Just take it day by day and assess it from there.”
In terms of incomings, Rodgers was looking for quality rather than quantity this month and believes he has added that in former Ajax and Bayern Munich reserve winger Nicolas Kuhn.
“There’s a lot of work going on and hopefully before the window shuts, we can improve the squad,” he said.
“It normally goes right through to the end. I am quite relaxed on it. I know what we need to improve but unless it’s the right type of quality and player then we won’t be in a rush to do anything.
“And likewise if something comes in too late that doesn’t suit the squad and how strong we are then we won’t need to do anything.
“If it was just about numbers we could have had people in on January 1, but it’s not. It’s about getting quality in and that can take time.
“Nicolas has had that big-club experience before. He is a very talented player. Now he is at an age where he has done very well with Rapid Vienna and can make that next step.
“He fits the profile in terms of how we work – he is super quick, direct, dynamic and we feel we can continually improve his game.
Neither Kuhn nor Cameron Carter-Vickers, who is on his way back from a hamstring strain, will play in Sunday’s Scottish Gas Scottish Cup fourth-round tie against Buckie Thistle.
Rodgers said: “Nic won’t be involved at the weekend. He had actually been quite a period out. He had an operation on his teeth so he lost a bit of strength. But he will be okay for Ross County.
“Cam won’t be involved this weekend but by Ross County he will be fine.
“He has been out on the field for a little while. It’s been a frustrating period for him in the opening part of the season, he has picked up some niggles on the back of not having a full pre-season. But we are really hoping he can stay fit and strong for the second part.”