Manchester City boss Kevin Keegan has warned off any interested parties in Shaun Wright-Phillips.
The England international has established himself as one of the most sought after players in The Premiership after an impressive last few seasons with City.
"The only people that are asking about Shaun Wright-Phillips' transfer is the media," Wardle told Sky Sports News.
"As far as I'm concerned he's a Manchester City player and will remain a Manchester City player.
"He came from the Academy, he is the heart and soul of Manchester City. I think he's got Manchester City in his heart.
"We're not looking to do anything with Shaun Wright-Phillips. I think the fans would lynch us.
"There's always that kind of thing around (speculation). Okay, if it got to something really stupid we might have to look.
"But what we are not doing is looking and what we have also got to emphasise is that no one's come in for him."
"I'm playing for Manchester City at the moment and that's my main priority. I'm playing well for City and scoring goals."
Wright-Phillips penned a four-year deal with City at the start of the season, but is keen to dispel fears he could leave by signing a fresh contract.
"There's my intention straight away," he added on whether putting pen-to-paper on a new deal at City is at the forefront of his mind.
"Like people say, football's a funny old game. All I want to do is play for City and whatever happens, happens really."