Denmark coach Morten Olsen has denied reports claiming he has held talks with Bayer Leverkusen over their managerial vacancy.

The Bundesliga club are seeking a new boss following the resignation of Klaus Augenthaler post last month.

Olsen recently hinted that he would be flattered to be considered for the post.

But, ahead of Denmark’s vital World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Kazakhstan, the former Koln defender has denied claims that he held talks with acting Leverkusen coach Rudi Voller.

“It is quite disappointing if the Danish media believe that I am negotiating with Rudi Voller or anyone else, ahead of an important qualifier with the Danish national team,” Olsen told Politiken.

“If they really believe that of me, they don’t know me.

“I am fully concentrating on the upcoming matches with the national team.

“Regardless of what happens at Parken on Saturday, I am still the national team coach next week.”