Middlesbrough striker Marvin Emnes will not be returning to Swansea, according to manager Tony Mowbray.
The Swans were understood to be lining up a January move for the Dutch Under-21 international, who impressed during a month-long loan stay at the Liberty Stadium earlier this season.
However, 22-year-old Emnes, who scored twice in four Championship matches for Swansea, has been a regular in the Boro side since he was recalled last month.
And Mowbray, who watched the youngster win the crucial penalty which set up Boro's 1-0 win over Cardiff on Saturday, is keen to retain his services.
"I don't think there's any chance of that (Emnes going back to Swansea)," Mowbray told Boro's official website.
"There are financial implications at this football club but I don't think Marvin is a major problem for us.
"When Marvin wasn't in the team, the team didn't have an outlet, someone they could hit a ball over the top to who would find space, but he gives us that.
"He's showed me on Saturday he can play up front and in a wide position."