MARTIN Jol has moved to dismiss reports linking him with a move away from Fulham.
The Whites boss is under pressure after a disappointing run of five straight defeats in the run up to Sunday’s final-day showdown with Swansea.
Gus Poyet, currently suspended from his role as Brighton manager, has been linked with the Craven Cottage hotseat as a possible successor.
David Moyes’ Everton departure has also led to some reports that Jol could be set for a move to Merseyside with the Tofees.
However, the Dutchman insists he is happy at the west London club and has a settled family life in the capital that he is not a hurry to disrupt.
He said: “I signed an option ages ago and for me there’s no difference [between now and then]. It is not something from the last 48 hours as [the speculation] happened before.
“If people make up a little story and I speak about new players coming in then of course you need a little bit of money. The chairman has to give us some funds so we will try to get the players in. There’s no story.
“I am very happy. It is 10 minutes from my house, my girl is going to school and she loves it there. She was happy, I am happy, the missus is happy and hopefully I can make the fans happy again as well.”
Jol, who signed a one-year extension to his Fulham contract earlier this season, admits results haven’t been good enough in recent weeks and intends to correct the slide.
He added: ”Of course we need results as well and our results over the last six or seven games were bad. We have had a heavy schedule though. The first spell we had, we were in the top five but then we had to change the team [because of the transfer window] and we had eight central midfielders.
"After Christmas we were very settled and we had a fantastic spell but then we had to change it again. We still managed to stay in the league and get 40 points. I can explain these indifferent results but in the end it is a results-related business.”
Follow me on Twitter .