Striker Kris Boyd has no intention of leaving Rangers after scoring twice on his Scotland debut.
Boyd scored twice on his Scotland debut
The player's agent claims Dynamo Kiev will make an offer for the 22-year-old, who moved to Ibrox in January.
But Boyd told BBC Sport: "I am not interested in a move. I said when I signed for Rangers, I was happy to move there and nothing has changed.
"Whatever clubs want to pay, they can pay, but that has nothing to do with me. I am not leaving there."
Boyd's representative Raymond Sparkes told BBC Sport that the Ukranian side contacted him to broker a possible deal but he has directed them to the Ibrox club.
Boyd found the net 17 times for Kilmarnock before adding a further 20 goals for Rangers to finish clear at the top of the scoring charts this season.
And his rich scoring form continued on his Scotland debut against Bulgaria in Japan.
He scored two goals in the first half of the 5-1 Kirin Cup win before being withdrawn early in the second period.
"I'm pleased I got off to a good start and on my debut as well," Boyd added.
"I'll always remember being here and scoring on my debut. It's obviously going to be a hard game against Japan but with this result it gives us a good chance."