Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez insists he isn't thinking about leaving the DW.
Martinez turned down Aston Villa last season, and is tipped for the West Brom post vacated by new England manager Roy Hodgson. He has also been touted as a possible successor to Kenny Dalglish, if he moves upstairs at Liverpool this summer.
But Martinez refused to be drawn on the speculation, saying: "I have another three years on my contract and don't see it as an issue at all.
"All I am concerned about is that Wigan Football Club is still growing.
"When you have football clubs being linked with one of your players or the manager, it's a sign you're doing something right."