HITC Sport understands Crystal Palace have no plans to allow striker Fraizer Campbell to head out on loan.
Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell will snub any offers to go out on loan as he wants to fight for his place in Alan Pardew's side, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.
Campbell made his first appearance of the season as a substitute in the 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend after recovering from injury.
The summer arrivals of Connor Wickham and Patrick Bamford have increased competition for places in Palace's attack, leading to reports that Palace may be willing to loan out Campbell.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Hull City have both been credited with holding an interest in the former Manchester United youngster, by the Hull Daily Mail, as they look to bolster their respective attacking options.
However, sources have told HITC Sport Campbell is not even considering a loan move and is determined to fight for his spot in the Palace side – with the games coming thick and fast in Premier League and League Cup competition.
"Fraizer has no interest whatsoever going out on loan and he has no idea where these reports of a possible loan move have come from," a source told HITC Sport.
"He is happy in London and settled at Palace and is determined to win his place in the first-team.
"He just did not figure at the start of the season because of a hamstring injury picked up in pre-season training, but he is now fully fit and came off the bench against Tottenham on Sunday.
"He is likely to be involved in the cup against Charlton and Frazier is confident he will show what he can do when he gets a chance."