Neil Warnock insists that Victor Moses will not be following John Bostock out of Selhurst Park.
Teenage winger Moses enjoyed a successful second half to the 2007/08 season, helping Crystal Palace to clinch a play-off spot.
His rise to prominence is reported to have attracted interest from Premier League giants Manchester United.
However, with Palace seemingly resigned to losing 16-year-old prodigy Bostock to Tottenham, Warnock has made it clear that he is not prepared to part company with any more of his promising youngsters.
"I hope Victor plays 40 games for us next season. He won't be going anywhere," the former Sheffield United boss told the South London Press.