Dean Smith has, once again, said that Brentford have not received a bid for any player, despite rumours linking squad members with a move away.
According to some bookmakers, they see it as more likely that Jota will be a West Ham player in September rather than at Griffin Park. However, odds on these things fluctuate depending on the latest rumour.
Rico Henry has also been linked with a move to Hull with reports suggesting the Tigers would make an opening offer of £3.5million, which is less than the total fee Brentford would pay Walsall if all the add-ons in the deal were met.
However, Smith maintained that nothing had come in after the game.
“No bids. It's the same as before,” Smith insisted when asked about Jota, who came off the bench to set up Florian Jozefzoon's winner at MK Dons.
Henry was an unused substitute as Tom Field was given the full 90 minutes, and Smith batted away talk over his future.
Smith added: “There are no bids there. There's a lot of talks and there always will be. Unless I get something concrete. There's no point in talking about it.”
Maxime Colin, who has been linked with a move away earlier this summer, missed the game with a groin injury with his partner also due to give birth.
Smith confirmed: “Maxime is feeling his groin. He didn't train with the lads yesterday or today. His other half is due (to give birth) but that's not the reason for him missing out today.”