Darren Ferguson insists he will remain Peterborough United manager after speculation linking him with the vacant Nottingham Forest job.
Reports have suggested Ferguson was on a short-list of candidates to replace Steve Cotterill at the City Ground following the club's recent takeover.
However, Ferguson is hoping he has put to bed any rumours he could quit Peterborough by outlining his happiness with life at London Road.
"It's something that's part and parcel of the game, speculation," said Ferguson.
"I've said - and I'll say it again - it's not for me, I'm happy here and that's the end of it really.
"It's not for me and that's it. I don't think anyone needs to know any more, do they? That sort of puts closure on it."
Former England coach Glenn Hoddle is currently the odds-on favourite to take charge at Forest after ex-Wolves boss Mick McCarthy ruled himself out of the running.