Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin insists he is calm over talks suggesting Brendan Rodgers is being lined up as a replacement.
Rodgers has been heavily linked with a return to the Liberty Stadium since being sacked by Liverpool in October 2015.
The Northern Irishman enjoyed two years with the Swans and guided them to the Premier League in 2011 before eventually leaving for Anfield.
Guidolin, who has been in the job at Swansea since January, insists he wants to stay next term and is not listening to all of the rumours.
He said: I’m not uncomfortable when people talk about Brendan Rogers or any other names that are mentioned.
“It is no problem for me, I am focused on my job, so no problem.
“My future is not important at the moment, but sure I’d like to stay on after this season.
“If I have the possibility to work here in the future I am very happy, but I don’t know.”