Ajax goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen insists his representatives have not been contacted by Manchester United and is happy to remain at the Amsterdam club.
United are considering a host of names to potentially replace their current no. 1 David De Gea, who remains persistently linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Speaking in May, Man U boss Louis van Gaal confirmed the club have drawn up a list of possible candidates with the Mirror later suggesting Netherlands international 26-year-old Cillessen was one of the names on it.
Ajax have since dismissed suggestions their no. 1 is bound for Old Trafford with the club's director of football Marc Overmars recently telling Dutch daily De Telegraaf he is not for sale.
Having returned to first team training ahead of the start of the 2015-16 season, Cillissen says he does keep hearing of reported interest from United but is fully focused on the campaign ahead of him.
"Of course, you hear some things about it through the media," Cillessen told Ajax's official website when asked about United's interest. "But I keep myself away from it actually and I have not heard from my agents.
"I have it really good with Ajax. I am enjoying myself and I started [training] again with great pleasure today."
A goalkeeper is likely to become a priority for United should De Gea leave the club before the transfer window closes but the club have already busied themselves in trying to strengthen other areas of the team.
A deal for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin could be wrapped up before the club depart for their preseason tour of the US, according to the Guardian.
Saints boss Ronald Koeman confirmed the club received an opening bid from United that was not satisfactory, but added he expected the club to increase their bid.
Every player has his price and we have experience as a club of selling players," Koeman said.
"Last season we sold some players, and if there is interest in Morgan then OK. But it has to be at the price the club wants. He is one of the key players of our team, an international player. And I don't think is a problem for Manchester United."