West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has moved to quash speculation regarding Ravel Morrison's future at the club while denying there is no interest in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
Morrison has reportedly told the Hammers he wants to join Fulham in the January transfer window and link up with former Manchester United coach Rene Meulesteen.
But Allardyce says West Ham have received no interest in Morrison from Fulham nor held discussions regarding his Upton Park future.
"There's no truth in that. But I'm not surprised there's another rumour about Ravel Morrison," Allardyce said prior to the League Cup semi-final first leg against Manchester City. "We haven't had any discussions about Ravel Morrison being sold by this club."
The England under-21 international has enjoyed a stellar campaign with West Ham, scoring three goals and contributing two assists in 15 Premier League games.
Such has been the impressive nature of his form, Morrison is among the outsiders to make a late bid to be included in Roy Hodgson's England squad for the 2014 World Cup.
Meulesteen was part of the United backroom team when Morrison emerged into the first-team however a deal to bring him to Craven Cottage appears unlikely, not least given his terrific form this term.
After making Roger Johnson the club's first January signing, Allardyce says two new faces are expected at West Ham in the coming days but has denied that Hennessey, the Wales international, is among them.
Allardyce rotated Jussi Jaaskelainen and Adrian over the festive period and Hennessey's future at Wolves has been called into question after he refused to play for the club against Gillingham, citing the distraction of transfer speculation.
But the West Ham boss said: "No, we don't need a goalkeeper, we're very comfortable in that area with the four goalkeepers we have here so we're OK in that department."