Fuller’s, the London brewer and pub operator, says it has “no intention” of making further offers to buy Capital Pub Company following news that Greene King’s £70m bid for the company has the support of Capital’s board. Greene King’s bid, which is subject to shareholder approval, implies an enterprise value of £93m for Capital and values Capital shares at 235p. Fuller’s highest indicative bid of 200p per share valued the company at close to £54m. In a statement, Fuller’s said: “Fuller’s notes the announcement made this morning by Greene King plc concerning a recommended offer for Capital. Fuller’s confirms that it has no intention to make an offer for Capital.” However, the company said it reserved the right to participate in an offer for Capital within the next six months with the agreement or recommendation of Capital’s board, if there’s an offer from a third party other than Greene King, if there’s a “whitewash” proposal or reverse takeover, and if there’s a material change of circumstance.