Cardiff chairman Peter Ridsdale is preparing to fend off Premier League interest in the club's top stars.
With the January transfer window drawing ever closer, teams across the country are sounding out possible new recruits.
With Cardiff riding high in the Championship their players are likely to fall under the top-flight radar.
Ridsdale, though, insists he will reject any approaches that would be detrimental to the Bluebirds' ambitions.
"We have not had any enquiries, none at all, from other clubs or agents asking about our players," he told the South Wales Echo.
"If that is going to happen it may be just before the transfer window opens.
"What has been happening more than I have known before is agents ringing us to ask who we might need.
"I assume they are also contacting all other clubs.
"It's reasonable to assume clubs will call us. Everybody is looking at their situation and seeing what has to be done.
"Clubs in the Premier League's bottom three are considering what they must do to get out of it, and those just above them don't want to be sucked in.
"With the quality of players we have at Cardiff City some clubs aspiring to get into Europe will also be looking at what we have in our squad.
"We have a lot of players who would interest other football clubs."
As part of his plans to keep the current squad in one piece, Ridsdale also revealed that he will speak to Sunderland and Aston Villa in regards to extending loan deals for Michael Chopra and Wayne Routledge.
"I have not spoken to Sunderland," he added.
"Michael was brought in as cover when Jay Bothroyd and Ross McCormack were injured.
"We hope to have Ross available by the time Michael is due to go back (on 31st December).
"I will talk to Sunderland when the time is right.
"Wayne Routledge says he is enjoying playing for us and is here until mid-January anyway.
"We'll see how both Wayne and Aston Villa feel."