Brighton deputy chairman and chief executive Paul Barber says have no intention of losing highly rated manager Graham Potter.
The head coach is being linked to top jobs with the summer transfer window approaching.
Speculation indicates Spurs may be interested in Potter to take over from the sacked Jose Mourinho.
But Brighton are not interested in having to replace Potter anytime soon.
Barber told The Argus: "We have no desire whatsoever to lose Graham.
"Graham is very happy here.
"We are delighted with the work he is doing, we are delighted with the work the staff around Graham are doing.
"As far as we are concerned there is absolutely no way we would allow Graham to leave at this time."