Huddersfield boss Lee Clark is ignoring reports linking his services to the vacant manager's position at Championship Leicester.
Martin O`Neill is the early bookies` favourite for the vacancy followed by Mark Hughes, with Clark, another frontrunner.
Speaking after his Huddersfield side extended their unbeaten league run to 40 matches with a 2-2 League One draw at Scunthorpe on Tuesday night, Clark insisted: "I have heard nothing about any approach from my chairman or chief executive.
"Nothing will distract me from the job I am doing here at Huddersfield.
"When a manager or a player is linked with another club, it proves they must be doing something right. Newspaper talk is probably all it is."