West Brom manager Steve Clarke is confident central defender Jonas Olsson and striker Peter Odemwingie will remain at the Hawthorns.
With only one day remaining before the transfer window shuts, the pair have been linked with a move away from the West Midlands.
Swedish international Olsson, who is in the final year of his contract, has been linked with Tottenham.
Meanwhile Odemwingie, the Baggies top scorer last season, has also been the subject of speculation over his future with a number of top flight clubs interested in his services.
But Clarke remains optimistic the duo will stay, saying: "I said a few weeks ago that I expected to keep both of those players - and nothing has changed.
"I did expect to keep them and it looks as though they are going to stay.
"There is no dialogue or conversation that I've had with Dan Ashworth (technical and sporting director) that makes me think there has been anything (offers) for the players."
Clarke is looking to bring in a left-back with Martin Olsson (Blackburn) and Bryan Oviedo (Copenhagen) on his radar, but he is not expecting any major transfer business before the window shuts.
He said: "I'm not particularly hopeful. There are about 30 hours left in the window and, as I sit here now, it is probably more likely we won't do much business or any business.
"Put it this way, there will be other clubs that are busier than we are going to be.
"There have been lots of rumours and lots of names bandied around. It is not correct for me to sit here and speak about players at other clubs.
"We go about our business quietly, we've got targets. I've said for a couple of weeks now if the window was closed, I'd be happy with the squad I've got.
"I sound like a broken down record but I would be. Honestly, the quicker the window closes, the better."