Owen Coyle has distanced himself from rumours that Bolton are set to secure the signing of Barcelona winger Jeffren.
Jeffren, a Spain Under-21 international and a product of Barcelona's youth academy, had been linked with a £5 million transfer to Bolton but, according to manager Coyle, the move is no longer a reality.
"I don't wait and see with anyone," Coyle told The Bolton News. "Either you want to play for this football club, or you don't.
"I have not talked to Jeffren or his representatives, so the story makes it out that it's a bit further down the line than it is, but if it isn't going to happen, then we'll move on."
Whilst Jeffren could have been a promising signing for the Trotters, it could yet develop into a busy summer for Coyle as he aims to strengthen his side. Nigel Reo-Coker, Chris Eagles and Tyrone Mears are amongst those linked with a move to the club.