Brendan Rodgers has been heavily linked with the vacancy at Tottenham Hotspur since Jose Mourinho was sacked last week, with Ryan Mason having taken temporary charge until the end of the season.
Rodgers has no interest in talking to Tottenham about their managerial vacancy. Instead, he believes Leicester have the potential to regularly challenge European places, according to Sky Sports News.
Brendan Rodgers opts for Leicester stay
Those links have strengthened since Julian Nagelsmann, who was thought to be top of Spurs’ list of candidates, decided to join Bayern Munich in the summer, leaving the north London club to look at other options.
In addition to this season’s success, Rodgers has real optimism for how his young squad will develop over the coming years as they gain more big-match experience.
Spurs, who lost to Manchester City in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final, are seventh in the table – five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.