Holloway has been linked with the job since Steve Kean's departure, but insists that he has no interest in leaving Blackpool.
"I don't want to talk about any speculation. I am fed up of it," he said.
"I haven't quartered any of it and I don't need it in my life and neither does anyone else.
"I don't know whether it affected the malaise of my lads at the start of the game but I am sick of it, but that's life."
Holloway's Blackpool currently sit 12th in the Championship table, two places behind Blackburn.