Mick McCarthy is confident Wayne Hennessey can achieve his Premier League ambitions at Wolves.
Hennessey has previously been linked with a move to Everton after establishing himself as Wolves' No.1 and winning international honours with Wales.
Molineux chief McCarthy has seen his team's bright start to the new season prompt speculation regarding the future of several of his key players.
After already warning clubs off making a bid for striker Sylvain Ebanks-Blake, McCarthy is adopting the same stance with keeper Hennessey.
"Wayne is at a big club now," McCarthy told the Express & Star.
"Everyone wants to play in the Premier League, but I'd imagine playing for Wolves at the moment is better than playing for 10 of those Premier League clubs scratching around trying to stay in that league.
"He's had one terrific season and has started this season well. He's getting better and better, and he's recognised that his development is best served by staying here.
"Let's hope we can be a Premier League club at some stage."