London club keen to hang on to Bulgarian striker.
Fulham boss Martin Jol has denied speculation linking Dimitar Berbatov with a move away from the club according to The Daily Mail.
The Cottagers pulled off something of a coup last summer when they announce they had signed the Bulgarian striker from Manchester United.
Jol knows Berbatov well from their time together at Tottenham and the Dutch boss is keen for the pair to continue working together.
Berbatov has been in fine form for Fulham this season leading to speculation that the player could be set for a summer move to a bigger club.
But Jol has poured cold water on the speculation insisting the club are keen to retain the services of the enigmatic forward.
Jol pointed out that Berbatov claims to be enjoying his football and he sees no reason why the player would want to leave Craven Cottage.
The Cottagers’ boss went on to say that he would be happy to keep hold of the 32 year old forward for at least another three years.
Jol insisted that even if a club were to bid for Berbatov this summer, the club are in good financial health and would have no reason to consider selling their prized asset.