Scott Parker has dismissed speculation about his future as Fulham boss.
Parker, whose side are on the verge of relegation back to the Championship, has been touted as a contender for the Tottenham manager’s job.
“You know what, I don’t take a lot of notice of what is said and written,” said Parker, who had spells at Spurs as a player and coach.
“If I listened to half of it, I would go crazy, and not just this speculation – but everything.
“Every week there will be a different story in the way we play, the way we don’t play, who’s going there, who’s leaving, who’s staying, who’s not happy.”
Fulham face Burnley – the team just above them and the relegation zone – at Craven Cottage on Monday.
They are nine points behind the Clarets and need to win to retain any hope of somehow staying up.
Parker said: “The one thing I can focus on is where we are – and that is Burnley, and then on to Southampton.
“At the end of the season, of course, we’ll (Parker and the board) sit around the table and we’ll have a discussion.
“Until that moment, I can’t become weaker and become less of a manager and let my energy levels drop because I’m focusing on an irrelevance at this time.”