Watford have reportedly decided that they will not be tempted into cashing in on Colombian youngster Juan Camilo Hernandez.
The Hornets signed the teenager last summer before opting to send the attacker on loan to Huesca, who currently compete at the second tier of Spanish football.
However, Hernandez has exceeded expectations with 10 goals being netted from 20 appearances, and it has led to interest from some of European football's biggest clubs.
Watford could make an instant profit on a player who is yet to make an appearance in top-flight football but according to the Hertfordshire Mercury, the Premier League are not interested in selling the South American prospect.
Hernandez has been tipped to make a late bid to be included in Colombia's World Cup squad, having already made nine outings for the Under-20 side.