Blackpool have rejected bids from Aston Villa and Birmingham for inspirational captain Charlie Adam, manager Ian Holloway has confirmed.
It was reported on Monday that the midlands rivals had made offers in the region of £2.5million for the 25-year-old Scotland midfielder.
Holloway has previously said Adam would only leave if one of the Barclays Premier League's biggest clubs come calling - with a sizeable offer - and he insists that position has not changed.
When asked if it was correct the Seasiders had snubbed Villa and Birmingham, Holloway said: "It's true. I spoke to Charlie this morning and he knows where I am coming from, and I know where he is coming from.
"The chairman has had a couple of calls and he has told those clubs exactly where we are.
"We have got no reason to sell anyone. We are a well-run club and we want to add in this window, not lose anyone."