“I am really pleased with my squad, with my players, they are doing well and hopefully we can improve them.
“I will not talk about the market, sorry. I know it is January but we do our business between us.
“If we have to do something, we’ll do it. I have to respect and trust my players. That’s what I will do.”
Fellaini appears in no rush to quit Goodison. Only 10 days ago he indicated a willingness to see out the contract which made him the highest paid player at the club.
“I have a contract with Everton until 2016, and, if the club want, I will see that out,” he said. “I know I am hot, and I want to move forward one day, but I will finish my Everton contract if they want me to.”
Suggestions that Chelsea may try to tempt Everton with a lower offer would be met with a frosty response by the Blues. Despite posting losses of £9m last week for the year ending June 2012 Everton are not in a position where they have to sell and believe the increased loss will be cancelled out in their next accounts.
Reacting to speculation about Victor Anichebe’s possible transfer on Monday night, David Moyes said he had no intention of selling anybody in January.