The Brazilian, sacked by Chelsea in February, also confirmed that he had been approached by the Angolan Football Association to lead their national team.
But the former Brazil and Portugal boss is thought to prefer to stay in London and could hold out for a more high-profile job.
Scolari has also been linked with the vacant QPR hotseat in recent weeks but would only divulge that he would be meeting his agent in the next 72 hours.
"It's too early to say what I will do," he told the Daily Mail.
"I can't deny contact (with Angola) but there has been nothing more than that."