West Ham will not discuss the future of midfielder Declan Rice with other clubs until the end of the season.
Hammers boss David Moyes said on Friday there was “good luck“Rice would leave the club this summer.
Rice, 24, has rejected all efforts to sign him on an extension amid interest from virtually every top club in England.
If the option of an additional season on his current contract were triggered, his contract would run until 2025.
West Ham, who are mathematically not immune to relegation, are keen to avoid distractions and have therefore suspended talks over the midfielder’s future.
Away from the Premier League, David Moyes’ side are closing in on securing the club’s first silverware since 1980 in the Europa Conference League.
They lead AZ Alkmaar 2-1 after the first leg of the semi-final, with the second leg to be played on Thursday.