Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is not expecting striker Robert Lewandowski to play up after failing to get a move away from the club.
The Poland international was linked with a summer exit from the UEFA Champions League runners-up, with Bayern Munich reportedly hoping to sign the player, but BvB moved to say that the striker was not for sale.
Despite this, Klopp expect Lewandwoski to remain professional and give his all for the club in the season ahead.
"I don't have any fear that Robert will no longer give his all. He has said that he wanted a transfer and where he wanted to go. That didn't materialise, but things like that happen," Klopp told Bild.
"The way I know him, there's hardly anyone who is a better professional. It's completely normal that we will not all stay at BVB for the next 100 years.
"Robert is still young and has room for improvement. He can make steps forward at his age and we want to help him achieve this.