Wolves boss Kenny Jackett insists that there has been "no contact" from neighbours West Bromwich Albion over winger Bakary Sako.
It follows reports of interest from the Premier League club in the 27-year-old Mali international winger.
"There's a lot of talk about him at the moment but the situation hasn't changed. There's been no contact," Jackett told BBC WM.
"We've had no bid. Whether there's one imminent I don't know."
Jackett said earlier this week that they were expecting Sako's future to be sorted out at the end of this season when his contract runs out.
But he made it clear that he does not want to lose Sako, who scored Mali's goal in their on Saturday.
"From my point of view it would not be anything that we'd want," Jackett said.
Sako signed a three-year deal when he arrived at Molineux, signed by then Wolves boss Stale Solbakken, from St Etienne in August 2012.