Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists it would take a massive job offer to tempt him to leave the Scottish champions.
Lennon, who is preparing his side for Saturday's trip to Kilmarnock, has again been linked with the vacant position at Sunderland.
Despite ruling himself out of the running to replace Paolo Di Canio earlier this week, continued speculation forced him to repeat his stance.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, he said: "Being linked with other jobs can be a little unsettling because there is no substance to it. But it is what it is... speculation.
"It doesn't detract from the focus I have on the job at Celtic but it is nice to be talked about when these jobs come up.
"However, it would take a heck of a lot to leave Celtic. There is a lot to give up here."