Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier has rubbished speculations that head coach Dylan Kerr is planning to quit.
Reports from a section of the media had earlier indicated that the Englishman is unhappy with the proceedings at the club, and is willing to walk-out midway through his two-year contract.
In a presser on Monday, Rachier denied the rumors saying the club is not thinking of replacing Kerr.
"I have not heard that the coach is unhappy or uncomfortable at the club. As a matter of fact, reports that he is leaving are baseless. Kerr signed a two-year contract deal and he has one more year remaining, we are already working on the way forward not about replacing him.
"About the players' salaries, the club is working on that as well and by Monday evening it will be sorted."
Gor Mahia players have not been avoiding training thanks to staged protests as they push for their August salary.