Fiorentina are insistent that coach Cesare Prandelli will not be leaving the club.
Rumours in the Italian media suggested that the club had postponed talks over a new deal.
However, sporting director Pantaleo Corvino has moved to dismiss talk of any unrest at the club - who began the season with a 15-point penalty, but have now managed to climb into Uefa Cup contention.
Despite the fact his contract still has two years remaining Corvino says Prandelli will be handed an extension.
"The coach is untransferable, just like our champions. I can only reiterate what I have already said in the past, that his contract will be renewed at the end of the season," he said.
"He wants to stay and we want him to continue.
"Someone is forgetting or prefers not to remember that I personally took Prandelli into Florence.
"With him there aren't problems and I don't know why someone is trying to invent them. The contract of our coach expires in June 2008. He will stay.
"We have just made a sensational season, achieving salvation and now we are in the Uefa Cup zone."
Meanwhile, reports suggest that Fiorentina have won the race to land Belgian star Anthony Vanden Borre.
The likes of Tottenham and Seville duo, Real Betis and Sevilla, were heading the queue for the Anderlecht starlet - but it now appears the young stopper is destined for Serie A.