He activated a relegation release clause at the Reebok during the summer
Reo-Coker told The Sun: "I've discovered that people have been contacting clubs, claiming to represent me, and been telling them how much money I supposedly want. Yet no-one has spoken to me about it. I've made no demands.
"If it was all about money, I'd have stayed at Bolton and picked up a Premier League wage in the Championship.
"I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Bolton. It was a great club and I had a good relationship with Owen Coyle and my team-mates. But I left because I wanted to stay in the top flight and to move nearer to London as I have just recently got married.
"What happened to Fabrice Muamba had a big effect on me. It made me think more about my family and people close to me.
'When I left Bolton, there were a number of Premier League clubs interested but that went quiet.
"Obviously, I have to now live by that decision to leave."