Chris Coleman has dismissed rumours linking him with Swansea and says he is fully focused on his job with Wales.
Coleman has worked wonders when guiding Wales to the European Championships this summer, but there is a chance he could leave after the tournament.
The Welshman has yet to agree a new deal and that has kicked off reports suggesting that both Swansea and Aston Villa could offer him the chance to return to club football.
However Coleman has dismissed such talk and says the rumours will not have an impact on Wales’ preparations for the tournament.
Â“If, God forbid, I am not still the Welsh manager Â– and I am not saying that will be the case Â– it will not be until the end of the tournament,” he said.
Â“Here now, I am looking forward to what is coming. I have always said if things were right then of course I want to have a crack at a World Cup campaign.
Â“But at the minute we are where we are, and I am totally focused on the game in front of me. Can it harm Wales in this tournament if it is not resolved? No. We have worked so hard as a group to get there.
Â“Can it harm Wales in this tournament if it is not resolved? No. We have worked so hard as a group to get there.”