Queens Park Rangers chief executive Philip Beard has insisted players will only leave in the summer if the right offer is received and Harry Redknapp agrees to let them go.
QPR are set to be relegated to the Championship after a dismal campaign and there is sure to be intense speculation regarding the futures of several of their high-profile names.
However, Beard insists the club will make a huge effort to win immediate promotion back to the Premier League and have no intention of overhauling their squad.
He says players will only be sold for the right money and has told manager Redknapp that he will have the final say on who stays and goes.
"We agreed that if we're relegated, we have to bounce straight back," Beard said in the Daily Mirror.
"To do this, we need the strongest squad possible and for that reason every player under contract must stay unless we get the right offer and Harry agrees to let them go.
"The commitment of the shareholders, including Amit Bhatia, is clear for all to see, and despite what has been a desperately disappointing season, the long-term future is very bright."