Boss Dean Smith says highly-rated Brentford striker Scott Hogan will only leave the club if their valuation is met.

Hot-shot Hogan has been the subject of intense interest from a number of clubs with West Ham favourites to capture the £13m rated player.

Hogan, who came on as a 64th minute sub in the 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Chelsea, has bagged 14 goals in 25 Championship appearances this season.

But Smith once again confirmed that the Bees will not let their prized asset go for a cut-price fee.

“As we said earlier in the week, we will let any of our players move on from this club if the money is right for us,” he said.

“Everyone has a value at Brentford, but that does not mean we will sell players for less than they are worth to us.

“Scott is a great player and it is no surprise that there is plenty of interest in him.

"We've had offers from different clubs for Scott Hogan and all of them have not met the valuation.

“We work privately on any transfer deal, but it is up to the clubs that are interested to come up with a bid that matches our valuation for Scott before we talk about selling him.”

The Championship side were no match for the Premier League leaders as Chelsea cruised into the fifth round with ease.

Willian opened the scoring on 14 minutes before Pedro gave Chelsea a 2-0 lead at half-time, finishing off a free-flowing move after Chelsea’s slick passing cut through the Bees.

Michy Batshuayi had a shot blocked on the line by Daniel Bentley, before the busy Brentford shot-stopper denied Cesc Fabregas and Ruben Loftus-Cheek..

The impressive Loftus-Cheek rattled the Brentford crossbar on 58 minutes after a brilliant counter attack.

Nico Yenanris missed a great chance to get Brentford back in to the game as Asmir Begovic got the better of him in a one-on-one on 64 minutes.

And it was game over five minutes later when sub Branislav Ivanovic scored after latching on to Pedro’s perfect pass.

The impressive Batshuayi completed the scoring from the penalty spot nine minutes from time after Ivanovic was fouled.