Aberdeen duo Sone Aluko and Jamie Langfield have pledged their commitment towards the club.
The pair have spoken to defend allegations made by former coach Jimmy Calderwood following his recent exit.
Calderwood suggested both Aluko and Langfield were so angered by his sudden departure that they may follow suit.
Both players, though, insist they are happy at Pittodrie and have dedicated their future to the Dons.
Winger Aluko, 20, told RedWeb: "I have two years on my contract left. I am very happy at the club. I have much to thank Jimmy Calderwood for. He has done a lot for my career.
"But he has gone and that is football," he added. "We all need to move on.
"I am looking forward to working with whoever takes over the manager's job and I want the fans to know I am not going anywhere."
Langfield added: "I am very happy at Pittodrie. It really meant a lot the fans voted for me and I really appreciate the support they have given me.
"Jimmy Calderwood did a great job for Aberdeen and we were all shocked at the news. However, we must draw a line under it and start looking ahead to the new season, a season that includes European football."
Calderwood, who helped Aberdeen secure European football with a 2-1 win over Hibernian in the final game, insists he encouraged the pair to stay put.
"Sone, Jamie and some others did come up and express their feelings strongly," he told the Evening Express. "They were talking about wanting to leave.
"But I'm history now. I would rather see them carry on the work I started and ensure the next manager has as strong a team as possible in place as he works to bring success to the club.
"I want them to enjoy their summer break then come back and just get on with it."
Calderwood had suggested in his newspaper column that the club's directors were trying to get rid of him.
However, he insists that he had no problem with chairman Stewart Milne or director of football Willie Miller.
"Stewart and Willie are good guys and I have no ill feelings towards them, he said.
"I never backtrack on things I've said, but I have no problems with the chairman or Willie.
"It's their club and they have only done what they think is best for it, so good luck to them."
He added: "I appreciate them giving me five years and wouldn't swap a minute of it for anything."