"He has signed a contract and someone can come in, but it's not his choice and it's not their choice," added Holloway. "He belongs to us.
"I think he is still improving, and if someone wants to offer money I think they are wasting their time because we don't need to sell him at the moment."
And Holloway reiterated his stance immediately after Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Bloomfield Road: "I want some respect," Holloway added.
"We're not stupid little Blackpool. If you want him, I want the right amount of money.
"You saw his performance today. For the club to benefit from that - if we are to lose a fantastic player - it has to be the right amount of money. If they are going to offer me £4m, then that is insulting.
"Maybe I am the only one who can see what his value might be. It is all right admiring something. I like my neighbour's car but if I don't pay the right amount of money for it I'm not going to get it.
"They had better start by putting a figure one in front of the complete rubbish they have been offering so far."
Chairman Karl Oyston told BBC Radio Lancashire: "We received a verbal bid of £4m [from Liverpool] for Charlie on Friday, but it doesn't change the situation.
"He's still a player who is under contract with Blackpool and Liverpool's offer only matches previous offers we have recently turned down from Aston Villa."
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