When pressed on the Notts speculation by the Advertiser, he said: “I have come here to work on a special project to take this club forward and it is one that continues to excite me. It remains my main focus and I don't want any distractions.
“It's about much more than this season and I intend to see the job through.
“There are a lot of good teams involved in the promotion race and I think a lot will pop in and out of the top three. We need every point we can get along a difficult journey and it's worth noting that early last February both Southend and Cheltenham were in the top three and neither went up, so it shows that a lot can change."
The Millers face two tough away games at Burton and Torquay this week before next Saturdays visit of Chesterfield, and Evans added: “Burton are strong at home and Gary Rowett has done and excellent job. It doesn't surprise me they are up there.
“Torquay is a different kettle of fish. It's a long journey and we'll be going down on Monday to prepare properly but we have been travelling well this season and we will go into these games with confidence.”