Brian Laws is hoping Sheffield Wednesday receive no further bids for Glenn Whelan and Tommy Spurr.
Burnley and Plymouth Argyle have both had offers for Whelan rejected, while Queens Park Rangers failed in a bid for Spurr.
Owls boss Laws accepts every player has his price, but is looking to keep the in-demand duo at Hillsborough.
"You don't want to lose players, but everyone has their price," said Laws in the Yorkshire Post.
"I am sure there will come a time when we will really be tested (over Whelan). Until that time, there is nothing I can do.
"If other clubs don't get players they want, they will probably come back in again.
"We are trying to build for the future and players like Tommy Spurr and Mark Beevers are players for the future of this club.
"Tommy wants to be here. He has plenty of time on his hands and a big future in football.
"We have not heard anything from QPR since the weekend and I don't expect to see them again unless they want to part with a hell of a lot of money."