West Ham co-owner David Sullivan is confident no team would be willing to pay the Hammers asking price for defender Winston Reid.
Fellow Premier League rivals Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all interested in the New Zealand international, whose current contract ends in the summer.
And with his contract fast running out, talks between Reid and West Ham over an extension have not taken place as yet.
Despite interest from bigger clubs, Sullivan says the club have no intention of selling the 26 year old in January.
“We wouldn’t let Winston go unless it is a silly deal and I don’t think anyone would pay the money we want,” he said.
“I still believe there is a 30 per cent chance he will stay. He tells us he still hasn’t made up his mind and we want him to stay.”
By Joseph Richardson