Erik ten Hag has dismissed speculations tying him to the Manchester United position.
Senior players at Old Trafford are reportedly calling for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be fired after four defeats in his previous six Premier League games in charge.
Ten Hag is one of the names connected with the Manchester United position, but the Ajax manager has stated that he is happy in Amsterdam.
When asked about his post-Ajax plans during an interview with ESPN, the 51-year-old said: "I live in the present, so I find it hard to answer this.
"I always want to improve my team, and as long as I feel this motivation I want to keep going, if Ajax wants that too. I am happy at Ajax. I have a very good relationship with the board and I'm managing a very strong squad."
Ten Hag led Ajax to two Eredivisie titles during his time in charge, winning 135 of his 184 games with the Dutch giants.