Steven Bergwijn inspired Tottenham to a stunning late 3-2 win over Leicester on Wednesday and Antonio Conte appears to have no intention of allowing him to leave.
Bergwijn has been consistently linked with a move away from Spurs, with Ajax and Sevilla said to be among those interested in the forward.
However, he rescued Spurs from their first Premier League defeat under Conte in remarkable circumstances at the King Power Stadium.
Patson Daka put the Foxes in front against the run of play, but Harry Kane's 250th club goal of his career brought Spurs level in a pulsating first half.
James Maddison looked to have consigned Tottenham to defeat as Spurs boss when he restored Leicester's lead 14 minutes from time.
But Bergwijn provided an incredible twist in the tale, coming off the bench to strike in the 95th minute and again in the seventh minute of stoppage time to move Spurs above fierce rivals Arsenal into fifth place.
Asked about the Netherlands international, Conte said: "In the past when someone asks me about Steven Bergwijn, I was very clear.
"I said that for me he is an important player because he has characteristics that in our squad we don't have many creative players.
"He is very good in one vs one, good to beat the man. He can play striker, he can play number 10 and for us, for me, he is an important player and we have to try to improve, to become stronger, not to lose a player and become less strong.
"Steven is a player that if he's in good physical condition and he has good fitness, he can start the games or he can come in and change the game.
"For me, I think he's an important player and you know very well the player has to be happy and I think the player is happy to stay with us and play for Tottenham."