Blackburn Rovers boss Paul Ince is adamant he will not sell again before the transfer deadline.
Strikers Roque Santa Cruz and Benni McCarthy, and defender Stephen Warnock, have all been linked with moves away from the club before the end of the transfer window.
However, Ince, who opened his Rovers account with victory at Everton on Saturday, has insisted that he has no plans to part company with any of his squad.
And in a bid to end the lingering speculation surrounding a number of his players' futures, Ince has voiced his certainty that he will be holding on to the current members of his squad.
"This has been going on and on - about Santa Cruz and other people," Ince said in the Lancashire Telegraph .
"The more you keep on about it, the more it unsettles what we are trying to achieve.
"I do not want to keep saying this, but nobody is going to be leaving the club.
"We want to keep our best players, be it Santa Cruz, Warnock or McCarthy and any one of a dozen players.
"Let's dispel all this. No-one is leaving the club."