Borussia Dortmund have had no contact from Arsenal over a potential move for Julian Brandt.
The Gunners are looking for midfield reinforcements in the January transfer window and reports in Germany suggest Brandt is one option.
Arsenal technical director Edu craves creativity in the centre of the pitch, with Mikel Arteta's side having fashioned just 120 chances in the Premier League this season, more than only Sheffield United, Newcastle United, Burnley and West Brom.
Brandt would appear to provide that spark, having played a key role in a Dortmund side who have forged 162 opportunities in 2020-21 to lead the Bundesliga in this regard.
The Germany midfielder has accounted for 18 of those key passes, ranking third for BVB behind Raphael Guerreiro (26) and Jadon Sancho (22). Left-back Kieran Tierney, with 17 chances, is Arsenal's top creator.
If Brandt is to move this month, though, Dortmund are still waiting to hear more - according to Michael Zorc, their sporting director.
"I read that, too," Zorc said of the Arsenal rumours. "I cannot say more about that. Nobody has contacted us. There is nothing on the table yet or even in the fax machine."
Discussing the January window in general, Zorc added: "We don't have any big plans right now.
"However, my years of activity have taught me that, at the beginning of the transfer window, I don't rule out anything."
Speaking on Sunday (AEDT), Zorc was also asked about the troubles of rivals Schalke, who are bottom of the Bundesliga and winless in 29 matches, just two shy of Tasmania Berlin's all-time top-flight record.
"We have our own problems, in somewhat higher realms than Schalke," the Dortmund chief said.
"Basically, I would like Schalke to stay in the league. The traditional competition in this region is good for us all. We want that for next year as well."
Zorc was appearing alongside interim head coach Edin Terzic prior to Monday's meeting with Wolfsburg.
Terzic and Dortmund will be without 16-year-old striker Youssoufa Moukoko but can welcome back Erling Haaland following a hamstring injury.
Haaland has averaged a goal every 65.1 minutes in the Bundesliga this season yet has not played since November and will not be rushed on his return.
"Erling is known for always being hungry," Terzic said. "So, we still have to be careful, slow it down a bit. But he makes a very good impression.
"Every team in the world depends on the player who has the last touch in front of the goal. Erling is extremely important to us - and not just because of his goals.
"He was missing, of course, but we tried to make up for it. Borussia Dortmund is not just Erling Haaland."
Wolfsburg's visit will be Terzic's first home game in charge of Dortmund. Bert van Marwijk, in 2004, was the last BVB coach to lose on their home bow, although that also came against Wolfsburg.