England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson is puzzled by reports that he is set to become the new coach of Serie A leaders Juventus.
Eriksson will step down as England head coach after the World Cup finals and is believed to be a target for a number of leading European clubs, including Real Madrid and Internazionale.
The latest link is to Juventus, with the Swede rumoured to be in line to replace Fabio Capello at the Stadio delle Alpi.
However, Eriksson told Corriere dello Sport: "I know nothing about my future and anyway now it's not important.
"We are in March, I'm working for England and I want to give everything to do good things in Germany. Now this counts only.
"Juve? These are things I've read in the papers but I know absolutely nothing. Now I'm the England coach and I've not spoken with anyone."