Martinez played nearly 200 games for Wigan between 1995 and 2001
New Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has promised former club Swansea City that he will not raid the south Wales club for their star players.
The Spaniard, 35, has been linked with a number of his former players after sealing a move to the JJB Stadium.
"I will never move for Swansea players unless they are in the market or other clubs show an interest," Martinez said.
"I would never go back to Swansea just to do that and pinch players. We will not do things that are not honourable."
Trinidad and Tobago striker Jason Scotland, Swansea's 24-goal top-scorer last season, £3m-rated Dutch midfielder Ferrie Bodde, Spanish full-back Angel Rangel and teenage Wales midfielder Joe Allen were all highly-rated by Martinez.
Some Swansea supporters have voiced their discontent at his departure, but Martinez takes great satisfaction from his time in Wales.
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