The agent of Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm has dismissed claims that the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in his client as 'rubbish'.
Swans director John van Zweden said a host of Barclays Premier League clubs - including United and Chelsea - were monitoring Vorm, who has been in sensational form this season.
However, the club moved quickly to reject these suggestions, and the representative of the 28-year-old has now done the same.
"I think it is rubbish (the link to Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle)," Wessel Weezenberg told the International Business Times.
"He's been there (Swansea City) six-months, not even that, so he's having a fantastic time at the club so we see no reason to talk about it."
Vorm has excelled at the Liberty Stadium since joining Swansea from Eredivisie outfit Utrecht for a bargain £1.5 million during the summer.
The Dutchman has kept nine clean sheets in 21 appearances for the Swans, and has been on of the stand-out performers in the Barclays Premier League this season.