Alex McLeish insists he is happy to stay at Birmingham after opening talks over a new deal at St Andrews.
McLeish has done an impressive job in the Midlands this season, leading them into the top half of the table despite being tipped for relegation following their promotion from the Championship.
Blues are keen to tie down McLeish to a new contract to ward off potential suitors and the former Scotland boss expects his advisors to meet with the club in the next few weeks to try and thrash out a deal.
"Talks have already started a few weeks ago and it is just about me getting my advisors in to see [vice-chairman] Peter Pannu and then hopefully Carson [Yeung] and I am sure that will happen in the next couple of weeks," McLeish told Sky Sports News.
"Yes, [I want to be here] for the foreseeable future. We have never discussed terms of the contract as contracts over the years have been rolling contracts and that seems to suit all parties and [length of contract] has yet to be discussed."
Pinch of salt
McLeish has brushed aside talk linking him with a possible move to Liverpool, insisting he is focused on improving Birmingham.
"It is funny, over the years in the Premier League when a team that comes up from the Championship is doing quite well the manager gets linked with other clubs and other moves because your star, I suppose because of a good season, is reasonably high.
"But I taken that with a pinch of salt because I know how quickly it can all change.
"I have just got to focus on doing what we did this year again next season and hopefully even do a little bit better.
"That's all your goal next season is, to try and do a bit better."
McLeish is keen to end the season on a high as they look to secure their highest finish in the top flight since 1959.
"We've got six points at stake and if we can get them it would be another phenomenal achievement on top of what we have done already this season," concluded McLeish.
Meanwhile, Blues defender Scott Dann will miss the last two games because of injury.
Dann was ruled out last weekend's defeat to Aston Villa with a calf problem and he is still struggling with the injury.
He will sit out the final two games of the season, at home to Burnley on Saturday and away to Bolton the following weekend.