Tottenham Hotspur target Leandro Damiao has denied he has received offers from clubs across Europe as speculation surrounding his future continues to build.
The Internacional striker has been a reported target of Andre Villas-Boas for the past two transfer windows, with Spurs failing with a late £13m bid for the Brazilian international on the last day of the January transfer window.
The 23-year-old has once again been linked with move to Europe ahead of the 2014 World Cup as Napoli and Marseille have also been credited with interest.
After starring in last summer's Olympics, Damiao has seen his compatriots Lucas Moura, Oscar and most recently Neymar leave their homeland for a move to a prestigious European club, but the Internacional man is in no rush to follow their lead.
"I am an Internacional player until 2015 and I am happy," Damiao told Globo Esporte.
"I will leave Internacional one day but there is no offer today and maybe there won't be any tomorrow. I am calm."
Tottenham will be keen to strengthen their striking options this summer after once again failing to qualify for the Champions League.
Villas-Boas' current options of Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor managed a meagre total of 16 goals between them in the Premier League last season, with the sensational exploits of Gareth Bale often being Tottenham's saving grace.
The acquisition of long term target Damiao would go some way to allaying those concerns and boost Tottenham's hopes of challenging the Manchester clubs and Chelsea in addition to their north London rivals next season.
The club's lack of Champions League football had been seen as a detrimental factor in their hopes of luring Brazilian to the capital. The striker's other suitors Napoli and Marseille could offer Damiao that incentive, although his agent recently refused to rule Tottenham out of the running.
"Of course all players dream of playing in the Premier League," Damiao's agent Vinicius Prates quoted as saying at the beginning of the month.
"Tottenham are an important club in London, we can't rule them out."