Martin Jol has no plans to part with Andrew Johnson or Bobby Zamora, with it his intention to keep both frontmen at Fulham.
With the January transfer window in full swing, speculation suggests that one or both of the Cottagers' sometime England international strikers could be heading for the exits.
Reports of a bust-up between Zamora and Jol sparked rumours regarding his future, while Johnson will see his current contract expire at the end of the season.
Blackburn are the latest side to be linked with a move for him, as revealed by Sky Sports, with Queens Park Rangers having already seen an offer rebuffed since the turn of the year.
Jol insists he would prefer to keep both men at Craven Cottage, with it unwise to part with two goal-getters halfway through a gruelling Premier League campaign.
Asked if he could be persuaded to let either of his forwards leave, the Dutchman said: "No, otherwise I will have to play up front. I need my strikers.
"I would love them both to stay here and of course if you could get Pele in his heyday or his young brother it would probably be different.
"I am happy with them and they work hard. Andrew Johnson is back from injury so it is only speculation.
"Of course there has been contact from other clubs about one or two of my players, but I don't even want to talk about that.
"We will make approaches and other clubs will too, but there is not a lot of movement at the moment."