Dougie Freedman has revealed that the club have not received any concrete offers for striker David Ngog.
The Frenchman was linked with a move to Turkish side Bursaspor earlier in the week.
But speaking in his pre-match press conference the manager moved to play down the reports.
“There’s always going to be speculation when players are out of the team,” Freedman said. “We’ve had no official offers, but we have had two enquiries.
“I have explained to David that he finds himself out of the team because he is out of form.
“David is a good player and he has a part to play, but right now he has lost his form and is out of the team. He has to accept that and do something about it.
“Naturally, some players move on and some players dig deep – David will decide what he wants to do.
“We feel David has got to make that decision. Does he want to fight for his place or does he want to move on?”
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