Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has insisted that his club have no plans to allow the likes of Dimitar Berbatov to move on this summer.
Bulgaria ace Berbatov has attracted interest from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United after scoring 22 goals in his first season at White Hart Lane, but Levy is in no mood to sell.
He told the club's matchday programme: "In case anyone is under the impression that we are a selling club, I should like to once again stress the policy and position of this club.
"We are building for the future - we are not a selling club. We have seen the squad settle, develop and produce results. Now we need to consolidate and look for that next step up.
"I am happy for anyone to judge this club by who we sell and who we don't.
"Our ability to attract and retain top-class players is key to our ambition to compete at the highest level - regularly in Europe and with our sights set on Champions League qualification."