Fulham boss Martin Jol insists loaned out goalkeeper David Stockdale is not for sale.
Stockdale is currently on a season-long loan at Ipswich after finding himself down the pecking order at Craven Cottage.
The 26-year-old has admitted he would be open to a permanent move to Portman Road with Ipswich thought to be keen on keeping hold of the keeper.
However, Jol insists the former Darlington shot-stopper is going nowhere as he remains part of his long-term plans.
"He's part of our plans, but I've got another great goalkeeper who's one of the best," Jol told the Fulham Chronicle.
"He's our player. We identified him and took him, so hopefully everybody's happy in the future."
Jol also revealed the club plan to discuss a new deal for Czech Republic defender Zdenek Grygera.
Grygera joined Fulham on a one-year deal when he arrived on a free transfer in the summer and the club are ready to offer the experienced stopper an extension.
"We've had an agreement with him that if he is playing well then we will sit down," added Jol. "It's risky as he could go to another club."