Brentford head coach Dean Smith has confirmed that the club have rejected two bids for Spanish wing wizard Jota.
Middlesbrough, Hull and West Ham have all been interested in the winger and Boro are believed to have had a £4.5million bid knocked back.
And Smith confirmed that the west Londoners will be sticking to their valuation and will not sell Jota unless it is met.
He said: “Speaking to the directors of football there have been a couple of bids from a couple of different teams for Jota.
“None of them have been near the value we value him at. The football club have stood form before and will do so again unless the valuation is met.”
Jota will be in contention to return to the starting line-up against Wolves on Saturday.
“He's trained today. We've asked him if he's ready for Saturday and he's looking forward to it,” Smith added.
“He's been himself. Him and his sidekick Sergi (Canos) mumbling away in Spanish. I can understand a bit of what he's been saying.
“He's been in good form. He gets on with his football which is what we want to see.
“Jota and Sergi are very close and it's very good to see.”