Walsall manager Richard Money has rejected reports linking left-back Daniel Fox with a move away from the club.
Stories abound that Fox will leave the Bescott for Leeds United with Money recorded as saying that the youngster would be available for the "right price".
However, the Walsall boss has told skysports.com these reports are untrue.
Fox has been the subject of two bids from Leeds who have struggled with injuries of late, but Money says the 21-year-old will not be leaving.
"I read today that supposedly I spoke with the Daily Mirror and said that the player could leave for a 'substantial fee' but, I've never spoken to the Daily Mirror in my life," Money said.
"Daniel Fox is not for sale, end of story."
The Saddlers are currently unbeaten in 14 league matches and sit sixth in League One.
Money went on to pay tribute to his squad, stating his intention to keep them together as they push for a play-off place.
He said: "We don't need the money at all from transfers.
"We've got a mixture of three or four senior players who are good role models for what is probably one of, if not the youngest in the whole league and we've got a number of players who are really doing a very sound job for us.
"We have a very good group of young players who, in the main we have developed ourselves who are performing miracles at the minute and who knows how far they can take us.
"Because of that, neither Daniel nor anybody else is for sale."