Dane confirms that he is happy in South Wales.
Swansea City head coach Michael Laudrup says that he is flattered to be linked with the vacant managerial job at Everton, but that he is only concentrating on next season with the Swans, reports BBC Sport Online.
Laudrup, 48, has just enjoyed a sensational first campaign in charge at the Liberty stadium, guiding the Swans to a respectable mid-table finish in the Premier League, while also overseeing the South Wales club’s first-ever piece of silverware when they beat Bradford City 4-0 in February’s Capital One Cup final at Wembley Stadium.
And the former Denmark international, who only recently signed a contract extension with Swansea that will keep him in the Principality until the end of June 2015, says that he is currently preparing his team for next season.
“It’s always flattering when you’re being connected with clubs,” Laudrup told the BBC’s Match of the Day 2 programme.
“After a great season with Swansea, we know have a very important next year.”
Laudrup, who is one of a number of names currently being linked with the Everton job, has won 17 of his 46 games in charge of Swansea, while losing 14 times, to give the Dane an overall win percentage of 40 at the club.