Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is convinced Charles N'Zogbia remains fully committed to the club.
The Frenchman has been courted by a number of clubs during the January transfer window, with his future regularly called into question.
For now, though, the highly-rated winger remains at the DW Stadium and is an important part of Martinez's plans.
The Latics manager is confident that will remain the case for the foreseeable future, with N'Zogbia giving no indication that he is actively looking to leave.
Martinez said: "Charles has shown clear focus and determination to get the team out of the situation we are in. He has taken his game to another level this season.
"I feel he has still got a lot to do for Wigan and not reached his full potential. That's exciting from my point of view."
In an interview with the club's in-house TV station, Latics owner Dave Whelan said: "We want to keep our team and our players.
"We have had clubs chasing Zoggy [N'Zogbia] but he wants to stay and we are delighted."
With the January transfer window set to slam shut at 11pm on Monday, Martinez admits he could be tempted to further bolster his ranks before the deadline passes.
He said: "We were always guided by our injury situation. Franco di Santo and James McCarthy are fully fit while Emmerson Boyce is also back. Having all those players available is equal to making new signings.
"We will carry on looking as we are a little bit light up front as we have lost Mauro Boselli but they have to be the right player and the right character. I am proud and positive about the group we have."