Atletico Madrid forward Adrian Lopez has revealed that he is unaware of any interest from the Premier League, despite numerous reports linking a number of English clubs with the Spain international.
Sky Sports has reported that both Arsenal and Tottenham are believed to be interested in the striker but it seems as though Adrian believes this is nothing more than speculation and he has moved to distance himself from any potential exit from Madrid.
Adrian enjoyed an impressive first season at Atletico Madrid in which he played a vital role in helping the Spanish side win the Europa League. In 17 appearances in the competition he scored 10 goals as he formed a lethal partnership with former Porto striker Radamel Falcao.
The 24-year-old was not as prolific in the league, where he found the back of the net on seven occasions, but his partnership with Falcao certainly brought him to the attention of a number of clubs.
His performances also caught the eye of Spain manager Vicente del Bosque who handed the striker his first cap, with Adrian going on to score on his full debut against Serbia.
Premier League clubs will also be able to keep a close eye on the performances of the striker as he has been named in the Olympic squad which will compete across England this summer.
However, it seems both Tottenham and Arsenal would have a battle on their hands to sign Adrian as he has admitted that he is happy to remain with Atletico Madrid.
"I don't know anything more about any other offers. I have a contract with Atletico and I've got three more years here.
"Now I only want to think about the national team and it isn't the moment to talk about rumours and things that come out in the papers."
While Arsenal have already strengthened their attack with the additions of Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud, there is a belief that Tottenham will be looking to add to their striker force with Jermain Defoe the only senior striker at the club.