MK Dons manager Paul Ince has distanced himself from speculation linking him with Wigan by insisting he is at the League Two leaders "for the long term".
The former England midfielder's name has been associated with the vacancies at both Wigan and Coca-Cola Championship strugglers Preston in the last 24 hours.
He said: "I want to make a name for myself at MK Dons, I've been given a great chance by the chairman here.
"When I see the players playing the way they are, the spirit and the togetherness we've got at this club, the passion of the chairman and where we want to go with this club - why would you want to move?
"We're here for the long term, we've got a long-term plan and we want to take this club where we think it belongs.
"Winning games like at Bournemouth and the ones we've got in the coming weeks gives us half a chance of getting there."