Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has warned off any clubs looking at prize assets Wayne Hennessey and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Everton, who had have huge success with Joleon Lescott following his move from Molineux to Goodison Park, have been strongly linked with both players.
The pair have been in fine form this season, helping Wolves to the brink of the play-offs.
Welsh international goalkeeper Hennessey, 21, is a homegrown product - whilst 22-year-old striker Ebanks-Blake only arrived in January in a £1.5 million deal from Plymouth.
But Moxey has been quick to stress that Wolves have no intention of letting either player depart.
"We won't lose anyone that we don't want to lose," Moxey told the Daily Mirror.