Peterborough director of football Barry Fry has revealed that the club are yet to receive a single bid for any of their key players.
Posh kept hold of attacking trio George Boyd, Aaron Mclean and Craig Mackail-Smith last summer after fending off a number of bids and Fry believes winning promotion to the Championship will ensure that they will stay this year.
He told the Peterborough Evening Telegraph: "There is plenty of interest in our fringe players, but I haven't received a single inquiry for any of our stars.
"I've seen the stories about Boyd and Joe Lewis, but they would be mad to even want to move on. There is no point in Joe going on to become an understudy somewhere else, it would just stop his progress.
"The team have climbed two divisions in two seasons and Championship football should satisfy them all for now. Mind you the Â£5 million price tag I keep putting on them is probably keeping Premier League clubs away."
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