Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has played down reports the club could sell Danny Graham.
QPR have made enquiries about the striker and are reported to be considering tabling a bid, while Norwich and Sunderland have also been linked with him.
Laudrup recently suggested he would hold talks with Graham, which prompted speculation the player could be on his way out of the Liberty Stadium.
But, speaking after his side’s Capital One Cup triumph at Chelsea, Laudrup explained: “I talk to all players who are not playing regularly.
“I did the same in August. I want to show them that respect and it doesn’t mean I want them to leave.”
Graham’s injury-goal sealed a first-leg victory for the Swans at Stamford Bridge, giving them a great chance of winning the semi-final and reaching Wembley.
“We’ve had some great wins this season but to beat the European champions is obviously something very special,” said Laudrup