Huddersfield boss David Wagner would reportedly turn down a move to Aston Villa if he was approached.
The Yorkshire Post say the Terriers are confident that their manager would stay and are “relaxed” over his future.
It is also reported that they would not welcome any approach from Villa or Derby.
David Wagner has led the Terriers to the top of the Championship courtesy of eight wins from the opening 11 games of the season.
This has alerted a host of top clubs, with Aston Villa believed to be keen on Wagner replacing Roberto Di Matteo following the Italian’s dismissal on Monday.
Villa’s interest follows that of Derby County last week in the wake of Nigel Pearson’s suspension.