Roberto Donadoni insists he is happy at Parma amidst rumours that he could be targeted by Milan in the summer.
“I’m a concrete kind of person, someone who prefers facts to rumours,” the tactician told the Corriere della Sera.
“I also like to be part of an environment where everyone is pulling in the same direction. Right now, that is the case here at Parma.
“I have an extraordinary relationship with general director Pietro Leonardi and President Tommaso Ghirardi.
“I don’t know what could change, but I can only judge the present and I like it.
“A phone call from Milan at the end of the season? June is so far away that I’m not thinking about that.”
Former Italy boss Donadoni knows Milan well given that he spent 12 years there as a player over two spells.
Parma appointed Donadoni in January 2012 and he’s contracted to the Stadio Tardini outfit until June 2015.