Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has been assured that he does not need to sell any players in the January transfer window.
In-form Swedish striker Johan Elmander and England defender Gary Cahill continue to be linked with moves away from the Reebok Stadium, but Coyle is adamant that he will not lose any key members of his squad.
He told the Bolton News: "None of this fazes me - whatever comes in January will come.
"We want to keep our best players at the football club. There has been a lot of conjecture because of the financial results.
"When all is said and done, that debt that other people seem to want to talk about is owed to one man, our owner.
"I think there is a very small overdraft but it's minimal. It's owed to one man, as it is with lots of other clubs.
"I have been assured by the chairman and the owner that there's no need for me to sell anyone in January. In fact, quite the opposite, I'm looking to strengthen if I can."