Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen has refused to comment publicly on the club's efforts to attempt to sign Ravel Morrison.
The Whites were rumoured to be interested in signing the West Ham youngster this transfer window, and it was reported a bid earlier in the week was rejected.
However, while the investigation of the Ravel Morrison saga continues, Meulensteen told FourFourTwo: "Where things stand is that I'm not going to make any comment on (transfer rumours) because I'm going to get into trouble.
"I think it's wise at this moment in time that we don't comment on anything that's happening regarding any transfer news or speculation."
West Ham have made an official complaint to the FA accusing Fulham of 'tapping up' the ex Manchester United ace in a bid to tempt him across London.
Meulensteen added, "Things are in hand with the club, with (CEO) Alistair Mackintosh, and that's where I want to leave it."
The Fulham team will now travel to North London against the league leaders to see if they are able to pick up any points following a humbling defeat at home Sunderland.
The Craven Cottage side have not drawn any of their last ten Premier League games - losing eight and winning just two.
Nonetheless they are outside the relegation places and looking to catch the teams above them sooner rather than later.
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