Reports have suggested that West Bromwich Albion player Jerome Thomas is being tracked by three Premier League clubs and all have had bids rejected.
London rivals Fulham, Queens Park Rangers and West Ham are the clubs thought to be interested and are believed to have all tabled offeres for Thomas.
Roy Hodgson is not looking to let the player go as Thomas remains a key player for the club. The former Arsenal man has been struggling with injuries recently but has shaken off a hip problem that had ruled him out of the Baggies’ opening games.
The 28-year-old made his first appearance of the campaign this week when West Brom beat Bournemouth 4-1 in the Carling Cup. Thomas made an impressive start by opening the scoring after just seven minutes.
He is now in contention to make his first League start of the 2011/12 campaign with Roy Hodgson unsure whether to start the player or not on Sunday.
Hodgson is a keen admirer of Thomas and will not think of selling him during this summer transfer window.