Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has played down suggestions that he could take charge of Manchester City next season.
The Spaniard has a contract with Bayern until 2016, but it has been speculated that the 44-year-old could seek a fresh challenge.
Current Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini is believed to be in a precarious position at the Etihad, but Guardiola has claimed that he has no plans to replace the Chilean.
"Manchester City? I hope to stay at Bayern Munich for a long time," he told reporters.
"I have a contract with this wonderful club and aim to fulfil that. I have not received any offers. We will see what happens after next year. I am very happy at Bayern."
Guardiola, who has a well-known fondness for English football, took charge of Bayern in the summer of 2013.