Michael Laudrup has claimed that he turned down some "big" clubs to remain with Swansea City this summer.
However, despite the interest in his services, the 49-year-old has insisted that he has never considered walking away from the Liberty Stadium.
"Yes there were clubs – a couple of big ones as well – who wanted me but it never became anything more than that," he told Wales Online. "As I said and confirmed many times, I wanted to stay and I told players the same when they asked me before they extended their contracts. I don't want to runaway from that.
"It's normal after a season we which was good for everybody that there is a lot of interest and eyes on all of us, domestically and internationally.
"But it never went further than that and I didn't have to speak to anyone because I want to stay here."
It was reported that both Paris Saint-Germain and Fenerbahce had been keen to discuss their vacancies with Laudrup.