Everton manager Roberto Martinez says defender John Stones will stay at Goodison Park.
Chelsea have already made two official offers to sign the player but the Toffees twice told the Blues that the Englishman is not for sale.
And Martinez is confident the 21-year-old will not be tempted by Chelsea's offer.
"We are a big club," Martinez is quoted as saying by Goal.
"What we want is to build and what we want to do is concentrate on the future and we are not a selling club by all means.
"I don't see anything apart from I love the players I have in the squad and I understand others keep an eye on it and that is a healthy sign.
"The current situation with John is as you would expect.
"He is one of the most talented center backs in European football, not just in England, and we really, really feel we have a special footballer with us.
"We have a group of young players with the potential to be as good as they can and I think he is one of those. Clearly he is a player that we admire, clearly that is going to be the same in other clubs.
"They are going to be admiring his ability and what he is as a footballer but he is an Everton player and as you can imagine he is a big part of what we are trying to achieve in the future."