Everton manager Roberto Martinez has insisted that Kevin Mirallas will not be sold this month, according to Talksport.
The Belgium international has made just eleven league appearances so far this season, though nine of those came as a substitute.
He started in Boxing Day win over Newcastle United but has since returned to the bench and is likely to be the subject of vast transfer interest this month.
Monaco have been linked with a move for the twenty-eight-year-old while Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United, who were monitoring his situation in the summer may choose to reignite their interest though manager Roberto Martinez wants to retain his services.
Prior to his move to Goodison Park Mirallas spent two years with Olympiacos, while he has also played for Saint Etienne and Lille.
Internationally he has been capped fifty-one times for his country, scoring nine goals while four of those appearances came at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.