Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has insisted that the club have not received any bids for his players.
Team captain Ashley Williams has been the subject of a possible transfer following reported interest from Arsenal and Liverpool, but Laudrup claims that he has not had to fend off any approaches from rival teams.
"I can control what I'm doing but of course I can't control what others are thinking," BBC Sport quotes Laudrup as saying.
"I've always said if someone really wants to leave for a certain reason, then it's very difficult to keep a player.
"We saw that last year with Joe [Allen] to Liverpool and Scott [Sinclair] to Man City and Danny [Graham]. You can't really keep players against their will because they want to leave."
In terms of the Swans' position, Laudrup has revealed that he is in the market for a new striker.