Nuno Espirito Santo has been asked about his future as manager of Wolves amid reported interest from Tottenham.
The Daily Mail claimed earlier this week that the Old Gold were already on the look out for his successor.
That’s because he has admirers at Spurs, who sacked his Portuguese countryman Jose Mourinho on Monday.
They reported that Mourinho’s former assistant Rui Faria, ex-Porto boss Vitor Pereira and Bruno Lage, latterly of Benfica were all options.
When a question about his future at Molineux was put to Nuno, he said: “I have a contract.
“When I sign a contract, there’s nothing more I can say. It’s my decision to sign it.
“That’s all I want to say. When I make a decision like that, there’s no doubt in my mind.”
Some Wolves fans on Twitter were pleased by what they read as their manager underlining his commitment to the club.
The Mail report also made reference to long-standing interest from Arsenal, who are languishing in ninth under Mikel Arteta.
The Gunners were one of the founder members of the failed Super League project which has given way to even more fan unrest against the owners.
Nuno is operating in front of a more serene backdrop at present but there’s a big summer ahead, with improvement required to improve on this season’s disappointing campaign.
Here’s how what Nuno said about his future went down with some fans ahead of the clash with Burnley on Sunday lunchtime:
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- Wolves youth coach hails impact of teenager Hesketh in Under 23s
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