West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan insists the east London club are not even planning to sell their star man Dimitri Payet.
During the summer, the France international was linked with various sides across Europe following his sublime form last season and also in Euro 2016.
However, the Hammers are keen to hold onto their midfield ace.
"Dimitri has had an outstanding year and has become a vital player for France and I am so proud that he is a West Ham player," Sullivan told the club's website.
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"He has played 16 times for his country in 2016, scoring seven goals and assisting five more, and inspiring them to the final of the European Championship.
"Dimi signed a new long-term contract in February, pledging his future to this club, and it is very much our intention that he remains with us for years to come."
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