Romelu Lukaku's agent has quashed speculation linking the Chelsea striker with a move away from the club in January.
The Belgian teenager has had limited opportunities to impress since joining the Blues from Anderlecht over the summer and reports have suggested he could soon be on his way out of Stamford Bridge.
Stoke were not allowed to pursue a proposed loan deal for Lukaku in August due to Premier League rules but continue to be connected with the powerful 18-year-old.
There have also been rumours of interest from ambitious Spanish outfit Malaga, while AC Milan were thought to be considering Lukaku after learning that Antonio Cassano would require heart surgery and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
However, Lukaku's representative has insisted there is no chance of his client leaving Chelsea when the transfer window reopens.
Agent Roger Henrotay says Lukaku is enjoying life with the Blues and fully intends to stay.
"The future of Romelu is clear," Henrotay told calciomercato.it. "He doesn't move in January but will stay definitely in London.
"The rumours about Malaga and Stoke City? No, Romelu is very happy at Chelsea and won't change jersey.
"What about the interest of AC Milan? I'm sorry, but there are no chances for his passage to the Rossoneri."