Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has said he will not be “distracted” by links to Premier League clubs as his side aim to achieve a domestic treble.
Reports this week have suggested the Australian is a potential target for Tottenham as they search for a new manager.
Wolves are also reported love Postecoglou, 57, if current boss Julen Lopetegui leaves.
“I’m aware of that because everyone keeps asking me about it,” the Celtic boss said of the Spurs link.
“It’s happened in the past and I’ve been pretty clear that’s not the way I think and work. My priority right now is to try and make sure we have a special day tomorrow, and that we have a grand cup final in a week.
“I’m not going to sit here and be distracted by things that fascinate others but not myself.”
Celtic complete their Scottish Premiership campaign at home to Aberdeen on Saturday after which they will lift the trophy for the second consecutive year.
Then all eyes will be on next week’s Scottish Cup final against Inverness Caledonian Thistle in Hampden as Celtic aim to secure a fifth treble in seven seasons.
The club have not won any of their three games since they were crowned champions in early May, but Postecoglou says he is not worried amid a series of changes to his squad.
“In the context of the football we want to play, I don’t think it will be affected,” the former Australia boss added.
“Cup matches are totally different from any other game you play. The form, even if you steal it doesn’t guarantee you a result. And if you struggle it doesn’t mean you don’t go. .do well.
“We will go to the cup final, no matter what happens tomorrow, ready to play our best game of the year. That is our intention.”
The Celtic boss has also confirmed that right-back Alistair Johnston will be fit to face Aberdeen following his injury in the Scottish Cup semi-final last month.