Highly-rated Mallorca manager Joaquin Caparros insists he will only talk about his future after this weekend's visit to his former club Athletic Bilbao.
Mallorca head to the Basque country having all but secured their Primera Division status last weekend with an impressive 3-0 victory over Racing Santander.
The former Sevilla manager has been linked with a move to Valencia, should Los Che decide to sack their head coach Unai Emery, but the man himself refused to speak about his future until after Sunday's game at the Estadio San Mames, where he was manager between 2007 and 2011.
"I don't want to talk about my future yet," Caparros told a press conference.
"Now I am only thinking about my players, we have a magnificent game on Sunday against Bilbao and after that will be the time to talk."
Mallorca just managed to avoid relegation last season but have defied the odds this term and currently sit in 12th, just two wins off the Europa League qualification spots.
The Balearic Islands side are 12 points above the relegation zone but their manager insists his team will not take their foot off the accelerator in the dying moments of the campaign.
"There will be no relaxation," Caparros said.
"We haven't finished anything yet. I won't let them relax. I am obliged to not let that happen.
"The season is still ongoing and we will take it one game at a time until the end."
Caparros has been boosted by the return from injury of defender Jose Carlos Nunes.
"Nunes is an intelligent footballer with experience," the Mallorca boss added.
"It's important that he is ready for us."
There will be a minute's silence before Sunday's game in memory of Inigo Cabacas, the 28-year-old Athletic fan who was shot dead with a rubber bullet in disturbances that followed the club's Europa League game against Schalke.
Athletic club secretary Javi Aldazabal told AS.com: "He was a member of the club's family and it's important that we all remember him."
Athletic, who drew 2-2 at Granada last weekend and are just outside the Europa League qualification places, have won six out of the last 12 visits by Mallorca.
Iker Muniain misses Sunday's game with an eye injury.