Norwich City boss Peter Grant is determined to keep hold of goalscorer Robert Earnshaw.
The Wales international has been in sparkling form this season, having presently gone top of the Championship's goalscoring charts.
The former Cardiff City and West Bromwich Albion hit-man's exploits have prompted speculation that Earnshaw may yet return to the Premiership in the January window.
Grant, however, is adamant that Earnshaw will remain part of his plans at Carrow Road.
"As long as I'm manager here, I want Robbie Earnshaw to be here," Grant told Norwich's official website. "There's no doubt about that.
"The Premiership is the place everyone wants to play, but it would take a hell of a lot of money to move Robbie Earnshaw.
"I want to keep him here. I would rather they kept their money and let me keep Robbie Earnshaw."
Another player that Grant hopes to keep hold of is on-loan goalkeeper Lee Camp from Championship rivals Derby County.
Camp is due to return to The Rams early next month, but Grant may look to extend his stay in Norfolk.
"It's definitely something we will look at and hopefully Lee is enjoying his time well enough and will want to come back," Grant added.