Motherwell manager Stuart McCall says Celtic made an enquiry over winger Chris Humphrey.
The ‘Well boss says the Parkhead club asked about the Jamaican international’s availability two weeks ago but had not been back in touch to make an offer.
McCall said: “I think there was a tepid enquiry made about two weeks ago but we’ve had nothing in the past ten days for any of our players which obviously pleases me.”
When asked how confident he was of keeping hold of the player he added: “I don’t know, I can’t speak for other clubs.
“As far as I know there have been no concrete bids for the players that have been mentioned.”
The 24-year-old has played 122 games for the Steelmen since joining from Shrewsbury in the summer of 2009, scoring six goals.
Humphrey played 40 times last season as the club finished in third place in the SPL.
He played in the home leg of Motherwell’s Champions League qualifying defeat to Panathinaikos.
Should a move to Glasgow materialise, changes to the rules mean that the former West Brom youth player would be eligible to play for Neil Lennon’s men in the Champions League group stages, should they qualify.
Meanwhile McCall has dismissed speculation with Kirk Broadfoot following the defender’s departure from Rangers.
He said: “I don’t know where these links come from, I really don’t. No disrespect to Kirk who has been a fine player but he’s certainly not one that we’ve discussed “