Stoke are reported to have knocked back bids from Crystal Palace and Hull City for defender Geoff Cameron on deadline day.
The 31-year-old has made two appearances for the Potters so far this term and is clearly in the plans of Mark Hughes, hence the club’s decision to knock back all interest.
Marc Wilson was allowed to leave the club well before the transfer deadline, while Philipp Wollscheid completed a switch to Wolfsburg just before the window closed.
However Stoke had no intention of cashing in on Cameron, who is under contract at the bet365 Stadium until 2018, and will be going nowhere this season.
Palace and Hull both had bids knocked back as they looked to bolster their defences, while it has been reported that Sunderland and Bournemouth also may have made an approach.