Lincoln City boss Peter Jackson has revealed that he rejected two bids from MK Dons for Dany N'Guessan last month.
N'Guessan has also been attracting interest from Wigan Athletic, Hull City and West Brom, but Jackson insists he is keen to keep hold of the in-form 21-year-old French winger.
"We turned two really good offers down for Dany N'Guessan from MK Dons, so we're not a selling club," Jackson told the Lincolnshire Echo.
"While we felt it was the right time for Lee (Frecklington) to go, it was slightly different for Dany who is a key player for me.
"It could have been the easy option to have taken the money, and to have that money in the bank but we didn't.
"We decided to keep Dany N'Guessan and I'm glad we have done. When I first arrived he was a player who was up and down and very sulky, but this season he's probably been our most consistent player.
"I'm delighted that we turned the bids down and am hoping that Dany will extend his contract here."