Fulham boss Martin Jol has indicated Andy Johnson is not for sale after his goal scoring performance against RNK Split.
AJ has been linked with West Ham United.
"Sharp and in good form - that is the way I always saw him when I was working in England," he said after the match.
"He is a very good player, lively and he can play the ball too.
"He can also do something in an individual way like he did with (winning) the penalty kick so I can't ask for more.
"If he stays fit then he is a great player for us."
Reports emanated on Thursday that West Ham manager Sam Allardyce was lining up a £2million bid for the striker, whose contract runs out at the end of the season.
When asked about the Hammers' interest, Jol retorted: "It's always the same, there's always interest in five or six players.
"Maybe you don't know about that but now you do you start talking about it.
"People will always talk because we have got good players."