Reports have linked the striker with a move to the First Division outfit but the boss was keen to set the record straight at this afternoon's press conference at Spurs Lodge.
Glenn said: "Wolves asked for Les to go there on a month's loan and I turned it down. That was about 10 days ago. Nothing more really needs to be said."
Questioned why he turned it down, Glenn added: "I want Les to be part of the squad."
Glenn Hoddle has knocked back suggestions that Les Ferdinand is set to join Wolves on loan.