Southampton regularly turn down enquiries for Sofiane Boufal, according to a report from the Telegraph.
The Moroccan international is being given an extended run of games in the Saints side and has flourished recently, contributing with some bright attacking displays.
Boufal has netted on two occasions for the team this season, including a strike against West Brom that earned him the Premier League Goal of the Month award for October.
Signed from LOSC Lille for a then-club-record fee of £16 million in the summer of 2016, Boufal is starting to show his qualities and is turning in some exciting displays.
Saints are evidently keen to keep hold of Boufal and, if the Telegraph are to be believed, they knock back enquiries about the former Angers man relatively often.
Boufal will hope to kick on and help Saints to turn their season around, starting on Saturday as they travel to Watford in the Premier League.