But he admitted that wolves would stand to make a significant profit on him if they chose to take advantage of reported interests from several clubs, including Manchester United and Tottenham.
Jimenez has been nothing short of a revelation since arriving on Molineux from Benfica, originally loaned.
He scored 17 times in all competitions in his first campaign and the Wolves did not hesitate to make his stay permanent for a club record last summer.
With 22 goals under his belt already this season before the coronavirus pandemic stops football, the 28-year-old stock continues to grow.
This type of form would have made Jimenez one of the most requested attackers in the Premier League and he was asked about speculation in an interview with Marca.
“(Wolves) bought me for £ 35 million, they will not sell me cheaper,” he said. “There is no release clause. But the teams here, it’s different how they are managed. ”
The Mexican international added, “I see a lot of people talking and saying that (I should be playing for) a” top six team “. Right now we are in fifth place.
“I mean, apart from Liverpool who are well above this season, I think we are fighting with everyone. We beat Man City twice, we beat Tottenham once, we drew with Man United. “