The Dane was the mastermind behind the club's first major trophy in their 100 year history after last week's 5-0 Wembley triumph against League Two side Bradford City.
Although the 48-year-old former Barcelona star has vowed to stay in south Wales, Jenkins admits that the search has already started for his replacement.
He told The Sun on Sunday: "We always do that process of looking for the next manager, it never changes. We look at different teams and how they play, different managers and if they have the right backgrounds to suit us.
"You have to have an understanding of what is about on the market and what would suit our club.
"You can look ahead, whether it is for two or five year's time."
Come on F365, you're better than this. There's absolutely nothing in the quotes to suggest that Jenkins thinks Laudrup is likely to leave at the end of his contract (i.e. end of next season). He even specifically says that the next manager might not be needed for another 5 years. And both Jenkins and Laudrup have spent the last two week's talking about how they're both keen to sign a new contract. Your headline is the kind of tabloid rubbish Mediawatch so rightly mocks.- fictionalemu