Kenny Jackett says Portsmouth are yet to receive any bids for star man Ronan Curtis and aren’t encouraging any in the final two weeks of the window.

Rovers are interested in the 23-year-old who has netted 11 goals so far this season but Jackett is keen to keep his squad together as Pompey eye a tilt at promotion in the second half of the campaign.

Curtis’ form has earned him international honours during his 18 months at Fratton Park, and although his deal is set to expire this summer, the League One side hold a one-year option in their favour which would see the winger contracted to 2021.

Jackett says any offers in the final stages of the window would make it difficult for Curtis to be replaced, making any possible departure before the January 31 deadline.

He told the Portsmouth News: “We haven’t had any enquiries or bids and long may that continue.

“Similarly, if we were to sell our top scorer and try to replace him it would be very difficult.

“There’s an opportunity for us at this stage of the season along with a number of clubs.

“We have to look forward and try to get the best out of the group. Ronan is very much a part of that.

“There hasn’t been any bids, wide-left players are few and far between and hard to pick up.

“He’s played well for us and I understand there’s speculation, but we’ve had no offers or enquiries and for us to react with two weeks of the window left would be difficult.”