The Frenchman has scored six goals in 14 league games since joining the club from St Etienne in the summer. Sako's form, combined with a poor start to the campaign that sees Wolves languishing in 16th place in the Championship, has alerted Premier League clubs to his potential. But Solbakken has vowed to keep the 24-year-old at Molineux as they look to regain their place in the top-flight.
"(Scouts are) something we have to live with - as long as we have television sets, people will look at him," he said.
"Him leaving? No, not at all - that's out of the question, supporters shouldn't be worried about that. There are no discussions about that at all.
"He signed a long-term contract and he's been here for four months. He can only add to his game by staying here."