Barry Fry has stressed that Peterborough have no intention of selling Craig Mackail-Smith.
The striker has been a key performer for Posh this season and he netted his 18th league goal of the campaign in Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Tranmere.
Director of football Fry admits there were a couple of offers for Mackail-Smith during the transfer window but he is confident of keeping the 24-year-old.
Fry has also warned any interested suitors not to pursue Mackail-Smith's fellow forward Aaron Mclean.
"Craig has been excellent this season; I don't know where we'd be without his goals," Fry told skysports.com.
"He signed a four-year contract at the start of the season, so we're confident he'll be staying with us.
"We've had bids of £2million and £2.5million, but we're not interested in selling him, nor his strike partner, Aaron Mclean."
Fry is still hoping that Peterborough can secure automatic promotion but accepts it will be difficult after the draw with Tranmere left them six points off second place.
He said: "It was a very difficult game, but shortly after half-time we had four or five glorious opportunities. We hit the bar, missed a couple of one-on-ones and John Achterberg made a couple of good saves.
"They could have had a penalty in the second half, but in the end it was a hard-fought point.
"For us to finish second, MK Dons have to lose a few games and we have to win ours.
"But the good thing for us is that most of the teams in the top half of the table have to play each other, and this is where we have the chance to take advantage as sides will be taking points off one another."