West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has warned potential suitors that star midfielder Dimitri Payet is not for sale for any price.
Payet, who has recently returned from an ankle injury, joined the Hammers in the summer from Marseille for £10million.
The 28-year-old's superb form this season, which has seen him score six goals and record four assists, has led to speculation surrounding a big-money move to a top European side.
Speaking ahead of the Hammers FA Cup fourth round match with Liverpool on Sunday, Bilic moved to dispel the reports as merely rumours: "From my point of view there is no money in the world that we would let him go for.
"The things he does on the pitch, he also does in training. He is great to have in the squad and at the club.
"Dimitri Payet, for me, no way. He is our player and he is staying," Bilic concluded.