Wolves have insisted that none of their star turns will be leaving Molineux this summer.
Wayne Hennessey, Seyi Olofinjana, Sylvain Ebanks-Blake and particularly Michael Kightly have been linked with big-money moves away from the club.
Wolves owner Steve Morgan and chief executive Jex Moxey have stressed they are not ready to sell and now Mick McCarthy has reiterated their stance.
"There's nobody leaving," said McCarthy.
"Steve and Jez have already said that so you may as well hear it from me.
"Why would we want to sell anybody? Selling our better players would be really counter-productive, wouldn't it?
"We are trying to bring players in to strengthen the squad.
"I think the players that have come in and done well and this was a step up for them.
"But let me tell you, why are we so good all of a sudden?
"We weren't even in the play-offs.
"Why should we suddenly be the flavour of the month with players and individuals?
"If we were that good then we would have been in the top six and if everyone was that good we should have been in the top two.
"It's a little bit of feet on the ground and get back to it.
"Let's come back here and be the side that we all thought we should have been and be in the promotion shake-up next season and let's all be Premier League players, that's my view.
"Don't let anyone come knocking at my door - the way to the Premier League is to get us up."
McCarthy was drawn into talking about speculation regarding Kightly after the player admitted he wanted a new contract.
Kightly has been strongly linked with a big money-move away with Blackburn, Everton and West Ham all said to be keen.
But McCarthy insists the club are willing to sit down with the England Under-21 star.
"If that's the case (Kightly's comments) then as always we will sit down and talk to him about it," said McCarthy.
"What we want is happy players, and I want Kights to be a happy player because he is one of our best ones.
"Myself, Steve and Jez - we are on it.
"Like anybody else players come and talk to us.
"If we can help we can help, and if we can't there's not a great deal we can do about it but happy players make for a better club."