Cape Town - David Zulu's agent Abbie Rasimphi insists Kaizer Chiefs are not looking to offload the striker, rubbishing claims a bid had been received from Chippa United.
Zulu has struggled for game time this season with Camaldine Abraw and Edward Manqele being preferred upfront.
"I think now is the time for the player to concentrate on fighting for a position and start playing regularly," Rasimphi told Goal website.
"We have never been informed about that decision. Chiefs is run professionally and they will never operate their business in that manner.
"If they have any news they will inform us using the right channels. I trust and respect the way Chiefs conduct their business."
The agent recently won a court case against Zulu's previous representative Ryan Hartslief after the South African Football Association overturned a ruling by the Premier Soccer League ordering Zulu to pay Hartslief R150 000 for breach of contract, but Rasimphi wasn't interested in discussing the case.
"The lawyers will decide in due course. The player is back training with the team. We are no longer talking about the case now," he concluded.