Walsall boss Sean O’Driscoll has insisted to the Express and Star that Wolverhampton Wanderers have not made any enquiries to sign Tom Bradshaw or Rico Henry.
The Saddlers pair have both been linked with a move to Wolves recently, with Kenny Jackett’s side said to be prepared to step up their interest in the coming days.
However, O’Driscoll insists that there have been no enquiries or offers made for either Bradshaw or Henry yet.
“I am unaware of any enquiry or approach for any of our players,” O’Driscoll said.
“If I were, I would inform the appropriate player straight away before anyone else.”
Walsall are understood to be determined to keep hold of Bradshaw and Henry, who have been two of their key players so far this season.
The Saddlers are competing for promotion in League One, and they are determined not to lose the pair.
Wolves have been surprisingly quiet in January so far, but it seems that the Midlands side could be about to step up their pursuits of key targets.
Wolves are close to agreeing a £3 million deal to sign Cardiff City striker Joe Mason, according to Sky Sports, as they look to bolster their forward line following the departure of Benik Afobe.