By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Huntelaar became the first Dutch player to be named as the Bundesliga's top scorer after he netted 29 times this season for Schalke.
As a result, the 28-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Veltins Arena but Heldt insists there has been no indication from the player that he wants to leave.
"In previous conversations, he has never indicated that he wants to go," Heldt told DerWesten.
Huntelaar also netted 10 times in the Europa League and this excellent form has put Holland coach Bert van Marwijk under some pressure to play the Schalke striker alongside Arsenal's Robin van Persie at the upcoming European Championship.
Van Marwijk prefers his team to play a 4-5-1 formation.
"One has scored many goals in England and the other in Germany - these are two countries where the football played is not bad," Schalke boss Huub Stevens said earlier in the month.
"Klaas Jan is one of the best strikers in the world inside the penalty area.
"If I was the Dutch national team coach and I have a striker of Klaas Jan at my disposal I would not waste his skills.
"That goes for Van Persie too - I'd just play them together."
Huntelaar signed for Schalke in August 2010 from AC Milan for a fee of €12 million.