Guus Hiddink has ruled out the possibility of replacing Jose Mourinho as Chelsea manager in the summer.
Speculation is rife that Mourinho will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season after falling out with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
But, Russia coach Hiddink, who has been linked with the Chlsea postion, says he is happy in his currrent job and has no intention of quitting.
“It’s not an issue, I work with a lot of satisfaction where I am now,” Hiddink told BBC’s Football Focus.
“I still have a year on my contract with Russia. I hope we qualify for Euro 2008 and that I can go on with Russia.”
“I am linked with the job because Roman Abramovich is the owner of Chelsea and he is Russian and I am the Russia coach.
“Let’s be frank and open, every now and then I do talk to him – but not about the Chelsea job.
“Chelsea are doing really well in the Champions League and it’s not an issue for me, nor is it for them.”