Barry Fry has dismissed speculation linking some of Peterborough's top players with moves away from the club.
Joe Lewis, called up to the England squad for the recent friendlies against USA and Trinidad & Tobago, has reportedly attracted the attention of several higher-level sides.
The futures of Aaron McLean and George Boyd, who both impressed as Posh won promotion to League One, have also been discussed.
However, director of football Barry Fry has insisted that Peterborough will not be forced into selling their most prized assets.
"I was talking about players with the chairman Darragh MacAnthony recently and the interest in our star players came up," said Fry.
"His reaction was to say that he couldn't live with himself if he accepted the first big bid he received for a player.
"He's thrilled that we've sold 3,200 season tickets and he would regard any sale of any player as a slap in the face to those loyal fans.
"There is a reason we have signed the majority of the squad on long contracts. We have a grand plan for success which involves keeping our better players at the club no matter who wants them.
"The players have to understand that they are on a journey with us now and to be fair none of them give us any problems.
"It's a very happy club because we share the same ambition on a boardroom, management and playing level."