Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said that he is not aware of any interest in West Ham linked Scott Arfield.
The Canadian Arfield has just six months left on his current deal and he has reportedly attracted interest from the Hammers as well as Brighton and Crystal Palace.
Dyche added that the Clarets have approached the player about the possibility of him signing a new deal at the club and admitted that an agreement as yet to be reached.
When asked if he is aware of any interest in Arfield from rival clubs, Dyche replied saying: “No. We’ve had talks with him. He’s sat tight on an offer so we’ll keep open minds, as will he I hope, to what comes next.
“I have been [keen for him to stay] for a long time. Scott knows where it all stands, he knows the club’s situation and he’s been a very good player for us and continues to be. He’s got a little injury at the minute but we hope that clears up quickly.
“We stay in contact with all of the players and their agents; we try and have as open lines of communication as we can with all parties.
“Every player has a right to decide what their thoughts are on their contractual situation, that’s football. Both parties have to agree, that’s what it comes down to.”