Slavisa Jokanovic admitted to being flattered by having admirers in Premier League boadrooms but insisted he was happy at Fulham and focused on trying to guide the Whites back to the top flight.
The Serbian head coach spoke for the first time about being considered as a potential candidate to succeed the sacked Paul Clement at Swansea City after the Whites put four past Cardiff to wreck the Blubebirds’ unbeaten home record on Boxing Day. Jokanovic, who is under contract at Craven Cottage until 2019, insisted he was keen to remain with his current employers.
I am thinking only about my team and preparing my team for the next game. I am working with my team, I am happy with where I am, my job is here and not with another side, but if somebody is interested in myself then I must be happy.