Norwich chairman Ed Balls says they want to keep their best players, including Nathan Redmond, as the Canaries look to win promotion.
England Under-21s winger Redmond is one of the Canaries’ most coveted talents and there has been speculation of a switch away from Carrow Road following the club’s relegation to the Sky Bet Championship.
Swansea, Stoke, Southampton and West Ham are among eight clubs said to be showing an interest, but Balls insists the talented winger is going nowhere.
Balls told Norwich-based The Pink’un: “Nathan is showing his stuff out in the Under-21s (Toulon Tournament) at the moment, scored a great goal last night and I think everybody at the football club wants to keep all of our players – and our best players – with us into the Championship next season.
“As (manager) Alex Neil has said, the reality is there are going to be people looking at what’s happening at Norwich.
“But we have no need to make any short-term, foolish decisions that are bad for the best interests of the football club – and we’re not going to be doing that.”