Fulham boss Chris Coleman insists striker Louis Saha is not for sale at any price.

The Frenchman has scored eight goals in thirteen games this term, prompting interest from clubs such as Manchester United and Arsenal.

But Coleman said: “We’re not a selling club. Louis has said he wants to stay, and there’s no chance he’s going. Louis is a different class – he’s fulfilling his potential this season. I’m not surprised there’s interest.”

“He’s a tremendous lad, a great player and I’m confident he’ll get 20 goals this season. We’ve not had any concrete offers yet but even if there was an offer we wouldn’t sell him. We might get ¬£15m for him – but then we’d have to find someone to replace him.”