Ian Holloway has rejected speculation linking him with the vacant manager's job at Norwich.
The Plymouth boss, whose side are seventh in the Championship, was linked over the weekend with taking over at Carrow Road.
However, Holloway says he is unaware of any interest from Norwich and is committed to The Pilgrims.
"I haven't heard a word from Norwich and all of this kind of speculation is both news to me and entirely unwanted," he told The Herald.
"It's not a surprise because whenever your team is doing well - as mine is - and there is a vacancy elsewhere your name seems to be inevitably linked."
He added: "I'm fully focused on the job I have here at Plymouth Argyle."
Meanwhile, Plymouth midfielder Akos Buzsaky is considering his future after being the subject of an offer from an unnamed club.
The Hungarian, who will be out of contract at the end of the season, sat out Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Preston.
"We've had a very good offer, for us. Someone has come in and made a very generous offer for someone who's out of contract," Holloway told the club's official website.
"I've given him the weekend to contemplate what he wants to do. I had a long chat with the player and feel I've been as generous as I can.
"I've tried to convince him that I want him to stay, whether he's in the team or not, because I'm trying to build a squad and I'm trying to reward his good behaviour with a contract.
"He's talking to me about some issues that he might have, and he's going to think about it. It's a big decision for any footballer."