Filippo Inzaghi insists he remains fully focused on his current role as AC Milan youth-team coach, but has expressed his "emotion" at being linked with the senior hotseat.
Reports in Italy claim the Rossoneri are planning to dismiss boss Clarence Seedorf after just four months in charge and promote the Dutchman's former club team-mate Inzaghi.
Milan finished a disappointing eighth in Serie A in 2013/14 and failed to qualify for European football next season for the first time in 16 years.
"I'm here (at the Vismara training ground) because I am the coach of the Primavera (youth) team," Inzaghi said to www.acmilan.com. "We have training today.
"I have a contract with the club (until June 2016), and I haven't been notified of anything.
"Of course, it gives me a lot of emotion to read what has been reported in recent days.
"I am at the club's disposal."
Seedorf, who had no prior coaching experience, has two years left on his contract with Milan.
Inzaghi spent 11 seasons playing for the club, where he won two Serie A titles and two UEFA Champions League trophies, before retiring in 2012.
The 40-year-old, who is the club's top scorer in European competition with 43 goals, has been in charge of the youth team for the past two campaigns.