Peterborough director of football Barry Fry believes George Boyd will stay at London Road next season.
The 24-year-old striker spent the end of the season on loan at Nottingham Forest and has expressed an interest in sealing a permanent move to the City Ground.
Boyd has also attracted attention from several other clubs including Burnley and with just one year remaining on his deal there has been speculation that Posh could cash in now.
However, Fry does not expect Boyd to leave as nobody has yet matched the asking price, with Peterborough relying on Boyd's goals to help them earn promotion back to the Championship.
Fry said: "Gary Johnson is of the opinion that we should keep George next season because his presence will greatly improve our chances of promotion and the chairman will not go against his manager's wishes, especially a manager he has only just appointed.
"Obviously if we get a silly offer we would have to accept it and George would have the option of leaving, but although many clubs have expressed an interest in him, no one has come close to our own valuation.
"If that remains the case George will stay. He has already given us an assurance that he will give 100 per cent to the club if he stays for one last season.
"To be fair George has never said he's desperate to go, but he and his agent have made it clear that he will not be signing a new deal.
"Burnley did enquire about our asking price for George, but they have not come back.
"The only offer we have had so far we rejected out of hand. We were asked if we would take £1million now and then another £1million depending on appearances, goals and other add ons, but that's of no interest to us.
"It is looking more and more likely that we will have George next season and I'm sure that's something all our fans will be pleased about."