Neil Warnock has dismissed the suggestion that Adel Taarabt could be offered an improved contract at Queens Park Rangers.
The midfielder penned a three-year deal upon his arrival at Loftus Road and is currently less than 12 months into that agreement.
He has enjoyed a remarkable 2010/11 campaign, helping to spearhead QPR's promotion push.
The Morocco international has also been named Championship Player of the Year, a fitting reward for his efforts so far.
Warnock, though, is adamant that there are no plans to discuss a new deal with the 21-year-old.
QPR may be closing in on promotion back to the Premier League, but their boss feels that the squad is already being rewarded enough.
"I can't see that happening," said Warnock when asked about a possible new contract for Taarabt.
"Adel has been well taken care of at QPR, and there's no need to do anything for the time being."
Warnock is more concerned about getting over the line at present, with QPR having opened up a nine-point lead at the top of the second tier table with eight games of the season remaining.
He added: "As a team we've all stuck together. That consistency has got us where we are today.
"I think about another 10 points will be about enough, but I don't want to think about it too much."