Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed speculation linking him with the post at Manchester United, reports John Bennett of the BBC.
The Real boss, who is looking to help the Spanish giants secure a 10th major European trophy this season, has been rumoured as one of the candidates to take over the helm at Old Trafford.
However, he's quickly rubbished reports, insisting that he's already the coach of the world's best club.
Bennett Tweeted that Ancelotti told reporters: “I'm very happy here and I'm lucky to coach the best team in the world."
It remains to be seen as to whether the Manchester United hierarchy step up their interest in Ancelotti in the near future, however it now appears extremely unlikely that he will leave the Bernabeu behind.
Manchester United's immediate focus, however, will turn to their final four Premier League fixtures.
With Ryan Giggs in temporary charge of the Red Devils, the Welshman will be hoping to lead the club to a strong finish - starting this weekend.
Manchester United take on Norwich City at Old Trafford, and only three points will do for Giggs and Co.