Will and Michael Keane both insist they are happy to continue their development at Manchester United, despite speculation connecting the pair with loan moves in January.
19 year old Will had admitted at the start of February that he would consider making a loan move if the right offer became available. Michael, meanwhile, came close to a move to Belgian side Antwerp, he turned it down, but turned it down at the last minute, with youth teammate John Cofie making the move to the club alone.
And while Will says he is aware of the speculation over where he might go to ply his trade and return to United an established player, the youngster believes the training facilities provided by the English giants are second to none.
"I've read a lot of rumours!" He told the United official website when asked about the possibility of a loan spell.
"But I'm doing well here and need to keep improving. The main thing is to stay here and train. It's probably where I'm going to develop the most.
"I'm playing with good players and the coaching staff are really helpful and give us sound advice."
Michael added: "We've got to physically develop in the gym as well.
"We do a lot more work than people probably realise. It's hard - especially the training sessions with Warren [Joyce]. He trains us really hard, they're tiring sessions, but good for us and our fitness.
"Our gym coaches work us hard as well."
The Keanes have both made full debuts for United already, but say they're happy to bide their time in the reserves until opportunities come up to be a part of the senior side.
"It's just nice to be involved and get a taste," Michael explained. "It makes you want to work even harder to try to get back. We want to win the league for the Reserves. It's often been the same team every week this year and we want to keep winning and keep the momentum going."
Will insisted that they aren't expecting immediate selection for every game, saying: "Obviously we're not expecting to be in the first-team every week."
United have a large group of promising youngsters coming through the youth system, with Paul Pogba, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Federico Macheda also looking like future stars with some of their performances of late.
Macheda is currently on loan at QPR, while Tunnicliffe is at lower league side Peterborough. Pogba's deal at United runs out in the summer, and the starlet is yet to sign a new deal with the club, but Sir Alex Ferguson said that he is confident the Frenchman wants to stay a Red Devil.