Former England and Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson says he has not had talks with Fulham.
Eriksson has been linked with a move to Craven Cottage as current Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is expected to be announced as the new Liverpool manager this week.
Asked on BBC Radio 5 live to confirm that no-one has contacted him about the Fulham job, he said: "100% confirmed."
Eriksson, who led the Ivory Coast at this summer's World Cup, added he would like a return to the Premier League.
"It's a dream for every manager, coming back or going into the Premier League, it's the best league in the world," he stated.
The 62-year-old Swede was England manager between 2001 and 2006, reaching two World Cup quarter-finals.
After his stint with England, Eriksson managed Manchester City and the Mexican national team and in February he resigned as director of football at Notts County.
It is thought that Eriksson's contract with the Ivory Coast was only for the duration of the World Cup, with the nation bowing out at the group stage.
His name has been linked with last season's Europa League finalists Fulham as they face the prospect of losing Hodgson to Liverpool.
Asked if he had been approached by Fulham, Eriksson added: "I have heard some rumours but there are absolutely no facts behind it.
"I think they have a brilliant manager and I do not know if he is staying or, as rumoured, going to Liverpool, but so far I have heard nothing."
Eriksson would not offer suggestions as to why England had such a disappointing World Cup campaign in South Africa but renewed his call for the Premier League to have a winter break.
"I don't think there is anything wrong with English football," he said. "The only thing I was fighting for [when I was in charge] was a winter break but because of money the Premier League never accepted that.
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