Huddersfield Town say they have no knowledge of supposed interest from Turkish side Sivasspor in striker Ishmael Miller.
The 28-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and can talk to foreign clubs about a summer move when the January transfer window opens.
Sivasspor would have to do a deal with Town to bring Miller in next month, but sources at PPG Canalside suggest there has been no contact as yet.
The Manchester City product, currently recovering from a hamstring injury, joined Town from Blackpool a year ago.
He has scored four times in 22 starts and 13 substitute appearances, with just one goal this season.
That came in the 2-0 home Championship win over Rotherham United earlier this month.
Over his entire career, the former West Bromwich Albion and Nottingham Forest man who has also played for QPR, Middlesbrough and Yeovil Town on loan, has notched 48 goals in 139 starts and 112 outings from the bench.
While not prolific in terms of goals, 6ft 3in Miller’s power and size can make him a handful for defenders and a useful foil for teammates.
Sivasspor are 15th in the Turkish top flight and have won just twice in 17 games.
They were beaten 2-1 at Fenerbahce on Monday and are keen to bring in new recruits.
English players have joined Turkish clubs in the past, but it’s not that common.
Town first-team coach Mike Marsh had a spell at Galatasaray, and Barry Venison also played there.
Other high-profile players to have had spells there include Les Ferdinand and Anton Ferdinand at Besiktas, Kevin Campbell at Trabzonspor and Darius Vassell at Ankaragucu.