Leicester City manager Claude Puel is confident that Harry Maguire will remain at the King Power Stadium amid alleged interest from Manchester United.
The 25-year-old impressed for England during their run to the World Cup semi-finals and has been linked with the Red Devils as a result.
Maguire only joined Leicester last summer from Hull City in a deal worth up to £17m, and Puel is optimistic regarding his centre-back staying put for the time being.
"I am confident about the presence of Harry for this season. He is a very good player for us," Puel told Sky Sports News.
"I was not surprised about his performance during this World Cup. We saw his progress during the second half of the season.
"He was great and played very well. It was not a surprise to see him perform well at this level in the international game.
"Of course for us he is a very good player - I wait for him with impatience because we need Harry and we need also Jamie [Vardy] because they are Leicester."
United are reportedly prepared to pay in the region of £75m for the Sheffield United academy graduate.