Fulham were credited with an interest in the Charlton winger Alfie Doughty at the end of last month by The South London Press.
Doughty has been an ever-present since his return to the Addicks from a loan spell at Bromley in the autumn.
And according to Bowyer, other clubs are already taking a shine to the versatile 20-year-old.
"I think there was half an interest - more like a question," Bowyer told The South London Press. "It’s not like anything was put down.
"It was just a question and we said: 'No - we’re not selling him'. It was nothing concrete."
Charlton could lose up to 10 players - plus six loanees - at the end of this season, which only increases the need to hang on to those, like Doughty, whose deals run into the following campaign.
And Bowyer added that Doughty's situation is one the Addicks are going to have to address in the coming months.
Fulham are not currently low on numbers in the left-footed player's position, though Anthony Knockaert's loan deal is due to expire in the summer.
Doughty can also play in central midfield and left-back, which should only increase his appeal to other clubs going forward.
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