Mirallas only signed a new three-year contract at Everton in August and when asked if an approach for Mirallas would be welcomed, the Spaniard said: "No, not at all.
"Kevin signed a new contract in the summer. He had a really strong pre-season. We allow football to make decisions. We've got really good attacking options and Kevin was unfortunate.
"He started the first game against Watford and from there he had a little injury, he got a three-game suspension, but the way he's been working in the last few weeks earned him a start against Newcastle and he did really well.
"I expect Kevin to have a major influence in the second half of the season."