TOTTENHAM chairman Daniel Levy insists none of the club’s top players will leave the club this summer.
Levy successfully battled to keep Luka Modric at White Hart Lane last summer, despite strong interest from Chelsea.
But speculation is rife the Croatian midfielder, along with Gareth Bale and Rafael van der Vaart, could be set to leave.
Bale added fuel to rumours linking him with Barcelona when he declared he would consider his future should Spurs fail to make the Champions League.
And Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has spoken in glowing terms about Modric.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp insists the club will end up going backwards if they sell their top players and Levy agrees.
And Levy said: “Our squad has top players at all levels and we shall continue to seek stability and to retain key players this summer and beyond.
“We are a club that is focusing on growth and moving forward.”
Spurs will finish at least fourth in the Premier League if they beat Fulham at home in their season finale today.
Ordinarily, that would ensure Champions League qualification, but that will not be the case if Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in the European Cup final on Saturday.
The Londoners can still finish third if they better the result of Arsenal, who travel to West Brom.
But many Spurs supporters feel their team should have finished well inside the top three having been within touching distance of the summit in January.
However, Levy insists this has been a progressive season given that Spurs finished fifth last term.
He added: “Today will see the final league positions of several clubs decided, ourselves amongst them.
“We may, however, find that we still have to wait on the outcome of the Champions League final next weekend to know in which European competition we shall be competing.
“It is a mark of our progress and the quality of our squad that each season we now look and expect to be competing at the top of our game.
“Once again we have seen football played at home and away which has shown our brand and style of play around the world and led our competitors to describe us as the most entertaining team in the Premier League.”