Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech looks set to remain at Stamford Bridge after the player's agent suggested rival clubs are not interested in recruiting the experienced Czech Republic stopper.
Cech has lived in Thibaut Courtois' shadow this season since the Belgian's return from a three-year loan spell at Atletico Madrid, making just five appearances in all competitions with a single substitute appearance against Arsenal his only outing in the Premier League.
The 32 year old has continually been linked with a move away from the west London club and after Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho dismissed that any approach had been made for the player, the 'keeper's agent said rival clubs are not currently interested in Cech.
"In the football world you can never rule out anything definitively, however, if you put together the facts with Petr's ambitions of a top-class goalkeeper, you will not be left with too many options," representative Viktor Kolar said.
"If we add to this the actual little need of these few clubs to search a new goalkeeper in the winter's transfer window, then you will find out that the chance of a transfer in the next weeks or months is not very high."
Mourinho has insisted Chelsea can cope with two of the best goalkeepers in world football and last week laughed off claims the club were ready to alter their stance on Cech's future.
"On which Mickey Mouse website? On which Mickey Mouse blog? At this moment, news is coming instantly," the Chelsea manager said. "News born every day, every minute, every second. Some news are not even signed.
"Some website, some blogs, we don't even know where we get the news. I promise you I tell you the truth. On my desk, normally from my board's desk the information arrives, I have zero. Zero proposals.
"I believe in what is happening at this moment. At this moment, Petr Cech is our goalkeeper and has a contract for two more years.
"He's a fantastic professional and puts the team's interests first. Not once has Petr Cech knocked on my door to inform me of his desire to accept some proposal. This is my truth. Nothing more I can say."