West Brom look to be keeping ahold of Berahino, despite interest from Tottenham and Manchester City.
Berahino has been the centre of attention this summer transfer window, but a report in the Birmingham Mail has outlined his future with West Brom.
It is stated that his future looks secure at the Hawthorns, as neither Tottenham nor Manchester City have yet made an approach to sign him this summer - despite having a reported interest in the striker.
The 22-year-old has stayed with the Baggies despite all the speculation, and it now looks as if he will be staying with the club for the 2015/16 campaign.
He has two years remaining on his contract, and Tony Pulis wants him to sign a new deal, and the Midlands club have yet to field a single call regarding a transfer for Berahino.
It is stated that the Baggies would change their stance if approached with a big-money bid - such as Manchester City can offer - but Pulis has no intentions of selling him now considering the season starts this weekend.
He would have to go out and sign another forward to replace Berahino, and the manager wants his squad to be settled in the opening weeks of the season.