Real Madrid have confirmed that they have no plans to replace acting coach Mariano Garcia Remon.
There had been suggestions that Remon was merely a short-term appointment who would remain in charge until the club had found a successor to Jose Antonio Camacho.
Among those linked with the vacancy are England coach Sven Goran Eriksson and former Newcastle boss Sir Bobby Robson. However, the club seem happy for Remon to remain in charge for the remainder of the season.
“Bobby Robson and the other names we have received are big coaches and we have big respect for them,” Real secretary Jose Luis Cerrano told the BBC.
“But we cannot have thoughts about any coach other than the one we have.”
“He and Senor Camacho had two-year contracts when they arrived and there is nothing to say this has changed,” a club spokeswoman told BBC Sport.
Remon, a former keeper at the Bernabeu, made a winning start on Tuesday with a 1-0 win over Osasuna.
“He won the first game so we cannot think of sending him away,” Cerrano added.
“Many people have contacted us in the last few days offering coaches but Mr Garcia Remon has been appointed by the president, Florentino Perez, and has a two-year contract.
“There is nothing to say about a new coach because Mr Garcia Remon is going to be in the position of senior coach for the future.
“For how long, who knows? One year, two years, I don’t know.
“No-one ever knows these things but he is the coach and no-one is thinking about a new one.”