Marseille have responded to renewed speculation regarding Loic Remy's future by insisting that the striker is not for sale.
The France international was strongly linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2011, with the Premier League outfit keen to bolster their attacking ranks.
A change of manager at White Hart Lane, and the summer arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent deal, appears to have seen that interest cooled.
Reports continue to suggest, though, that Remy could soon be on his way out of Stade Velodrome after falling out of favour.
Marseille insist such rumours are wide of the mark, with the 25-year-old an important part of their plans following an injury to Andre-Pierre Gignac.
"He remains a player of a very high level," l'OM coach Elie Baup said of Remy.
"There is no question as to whether he will leave or not. He is a player we count on and one who is with us to help us with our performances over the whole season."