Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says he's in no rush to leave Pittodrie.
McInnes is being linked with relegated Sunderland.
“I'm protective of my own career," said the 45-year-old former Bristol City and St Johnstone boss.
“There has been opportunities to move in the past, but I have never been in any real rush to leave Aberdeen.
“If we continue to do our jobs well there may be opportunities in the future, but a lot of things would have to be right for me to consider leaving.
“I made a bad decision leaving St Johnstone for Bristol City.
“Although, I actually feel like I did a lot of my best work as a manager when I was at Bristol City – but sometimes results don't always play out and back that up.
“But I actually feel that keeping that team up from being in a really poor situation and with the level of player we had in, I thought we did extremely well to keep them in the division.
“Any manager can only be as strong as the team round about him as well."