Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers is confident his in-demand stars will not be leaving the Liberty Stadium.
The Northern Irishman expects a number of his Premier League rivals to be sniffing around the likes of Joe Allen, Scott Sinclair and Ashley Williams when the January transfer window opens.
The trio have particularly impressed as the Swans, who entertain mid-table rivals Aston Villa on Sunday, have made a solid start to top-flight life.
But Rodgers insists he does not have to sell to make ends meet and believes his players are loyal to the Swansea cause.
He said: "I am quite relaxed and I don't see it as a problem.
"When clubs are interested in our players, it means we are doing something right.
"But what I look to develop here is the identity with how we're playing and how we work.
"The fact is I am under no pressure to sell anybody - and that's very important.
"That's the beauty of this club and it's a mark of how well it is run and organised.
"And what is key among this group is they've seen others who have left here but probably haven't furthered their careers."