Swansea head coach Francesco Guidolin is unconcerned about speculation linking former manager Brendan Rodgers with a possible return to the Welsh club.
Guidolin has masterminded a Swans revival and push away from Premier League relegation danger since he arrived at the Liberty Stadium in January.
Some reports, though, have suggested that Rodgers, who left Swansea in 2012, is being lined up for a summer appointment in what would be a return to top-flight management following the end of his Liverpool reign last October.
Asked about the Rodgers rumours, Guidolin said: “I do not feel uncomfortable. It is no problem, I am focused on my job.
“If I can work here in the future, I will be very happy. I am proud and happy to be here, but I do not know what the future holds. I can say that the most important thing is Swansea being safe, and afterwards we will see.
“We will have talks in the summer, but my job is to help the team right now. I would like to stay, for sure, but it is not important now. We can speak about it another moment, because this moment is the most important thing, helping this club.”