Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen to keep Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor at the club in January and does not anticipate any of his players leaving during the transfer window.
Soldado's meagre goal return this season has again sparked rumours of a move away from White Hart Lane, with Bayer Leverkusen credited with interest in his services.
The Spaniard, who joined Tottenham for £25m in the summer of 2013, has been the subject of reports suggesting he will be offered to the Bundesliga side in part of a deal to sign striker Josip Drmic.
But Pochettino has stressed he is not looking to make big changes to his first-team squad as the club prepare to mount an assault on the Premier League, League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.
"I am happy with him [Soldadao]," Pochettino told a press conference ahead of his side's Capital One Cup clash with Sheffield United on Wednesday 21 January.
"All the players are in my plans. I expect all players to be here. We have a lot of games. We are still in four competitions. I think we need a strong squad to take all the games we have in the future."
It would also appear Adebayor remains also firmly in the Argentine's plans. "I hope he [Adebayor] can help the team and try to score. For me he is an important player in the squad, he is in my plans. I think he is a good player for us and an important player for the team," he said.
Despite Pochettino's comments, a growing number of reports suggest Kyle Naughton is on the verge of signing for Swansea City, for a reported fee of £5m.
The 26-year-old defender came through the ranks at Sheffield United before moving to north London in 2009, but has failed to gain regular first-team chances.
The arrival of DeAndre Yedlin, who the club agreed a fee for last summer, also gives Pochettino an additional option at right back, likely to be at the expense of Naughton.