West Ham sporting director Gianluca Nani insists the club will not sell Valon Behrami in January.
The Switzerland international only signed for the Hammers from Lazio in summer 2008 but Juventus are reportedly keen to take the midfielder back to Italy.
With the club reported to be struggling financially Hammers fans have become concerned that more of their top stars may be sacrificed in order to keep much needed money coming in.
The East London club have sold a number of high profile first-teamers over the past 18-months with the likes of Anton Ferdinand, George McCartney, Matthew Etherington, Bobby Zamora and Craig Bellamy all leaving Upton Park but Nani is adamant that Behrami will not be following them.
"I want to reiterate that we have no intention nor do we have the need to sell any of our top players," he told Radio Tau.
"Everything is good as it is and that also goes for Behrami, a great player that will remain here."