Roberto Martinez is convinced Charles N'Zogbia will see out the remainder of the season at Wigan.
The French winger continues to attract interest, with transfer speculation mounting as the January window approaches.
Wigan, though, have fended off similar rumours in the past, with N'Zogbia having been a regular in gossip columns for some time.
They are confident they can see out another window without parting with one of their prized assets, with the club under no pressure to sell.
Chairman Dave Whelan has assured Martinez that there is no need to generate funds and the Spaniard takes that to mean that N'Zogbia will not be sold.
"He is enjoying his football," said the Spanish coach.
"We have not had an approach, there are no issues, and the chairman is very clear about it."
N'Zogbia, who joined the Latics from Newcastle in 2009, still has 18 months left to run on his contract at the DW Stadium.