Stoke manager Tony Pulis will not loan out any more of his players before the transfer window opens in January.
Pulis knows there is plenty of interest in several of his personnel and, with defender Lewis Buxton loaned to Sheffield Wednesday last week, there has been speculation over the future of midfielder Glenn Whelan in particular.
Whelan has not featured in the Barclays Premier League since Stoke's opening-day defeat at Bolton but Pulis said: "Glenn is going nowhere and neither is anyone else who is in our first-team squad."
He added: "Glenn has been to see me and I've told him his chance will come around again. It will then be up to him to take that chance.
"We are going to need all the players at some stage and some of them will have to be patient.
"Having a big squad and players who are unhappy at not playing is a new experience for me, but one that I was always going to come up against.
"I can see both sides of the coin because I was a player myself many moons ago. No-one was more unhappy than me if I was ever left out."
Buxton made his debut for Wednesday in Tuesday's defeat at Barnsley, but Pulis said: "Brian Laws was desperate for players and it was a good move for Lewis.
"Each case is treated individually and on its merits, but I can't see anyone else going out for some time."
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