Norwich manager Paul Lambert refused to be drawn on speculation over the future of captain Grant Holt and himself after the Canaries recorded a 2-0 win against Scottish champions Celtic for Adam Drury's testimonial match at Carrow Road.
Goals from James Vaughan and Henri Lansbury, making a guest appearance at one of his former loan clubs, gave the hosts a comfortable victory in front of an 18,500 crowd, with a large vocal travelling support.
Holt started in attack, despite having lodged a formal transfer request, which was rejected by the club.
Lambert, though, deflected questions about the speculation over the striker, who scored 15 Premier League goals to help keep the Canaries up, and also his own position, having been linked with the vacancy at Aston Villa.
"There is no point asking me. I am telling you I am not answering it. I know what is going on but this is Adam's game," Lambert said in the post-match press conference.
"It is not about Grant, it is not about me, it is about Adam Drury.
"This isn't the night for those questions. Don't ask me negative things about me or Grant.
"I am delighted I am at Norwich if that is what you are asking.
"I have never said a word that I want to get away. Not a thing and people jump to conclusions about what I say or don't say."
Drury, 33, joined the Canaries from Peterborough in March 2001, going on to captain the club when they were promoted to the Premier League under Nigel Worthington, then remaining loyal when the Norwich sank down to npower League One three years ago.
However, the veteran full-back has yet to discover whether he will be given a contract extension for next season, having helped Lambert's side retain their top-flight status.
Lambert was giving little away. He said: "I have had a chat with him and he knows what is going on.
"Adam is thinking about a few things and I will see what he thinks in the next few days, I am sure."
Lambert paid tribute to Drury's service, though.
He said: "Tonight was fitting for somebody who has been here for 11 years, and to get Celtic down here with their fans certainly makes for an atmosphere.
"In the three years I have been here, Adam has been brilliant."