Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has indicated any club looking to tempt him away from the Welsh club will have to pay because he has a buy-out clause in his contract.
The 39-year-old admitted he would love to manage a club in the Champions League one day, but insisted he was very happy in South Wales.
"I didn't put any clause in my contract to say if a top-four club comes in then I can speak to them. Not at all," he was quoted as saying by several national newspapers.
"The only item that was in the contract was if a big club came in and wanted me, and the chairman and I felt it was right for us to move on, then I wanted the club to benefit from it.
"That was very important for me that if I left the club would get rewarded. Other than that, I didn't want to instigate anything in the contract because I wanted to show I was happy here and continue to work."