Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has ruled out selling any players in the January transfer window.
Stars such as Michael Kightly, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Wayne Hennessey have been linked with moves to the Premier League.
McCarthy, though, insists he has the backing of the chairman and the board when he says his key players are "staying put."
Laughing off any prospective bids from top-flight clubs, McCarthy told The Sun: "I've got no worries at all about the transfer window."
"If someone comes to me to ask about my players I will tell them to sod off.
"Then they can go to Jez Moxey and he will tell them to sod off.
"Then they can go to chairman Steve Morgan and he will tell them to sod off.
"And if one of my players comes to me and says he's unhappy and wants to leave then I'll tell him to sod off and all."