Parma manager Roberto Donadoni has rubbished reports suggesting he could be in line for a summer move to AC Milan.
Donadoni, who made over 250 appearances for Milan as a player, signed a two-year extension to his existing contract with Parma in October, committing himself to the Gialloblu until at least 2015.
Speaking to Corriere della Sera, Donadoni said he was happy at his current club, adding "I prefer facts to rumours.
"I have an extraordinary relationship with general director Pietro Leonardi and president Tommaso Ghirardi. Everyone at the club is pulling in the same direction and I like it."
The former Italy head coach has impressed since taking the reins at the Stadio Ennio Tardini in January 2012 with the club well-placed to mount a challenge for a European berth this season.