Reports in France suggest the French Football Federation have earmarked Blanc to replace the unpopular Raymond Domenech when his contract runs out after the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.
The France legend, who won the FIFA World Cup as a player, claims he is not thinking about that possibility. "It's always pleasing, always gratifying to know that you are being thought of to be the coach of a team," he said. "After, I am the only one to know what reflection I could have.
"Leave me to focus myself on Bordeaux because there is a season to do, matches to win, a winter break that's coming up and God knows I need it," he went on. "My focus is going nowhere but there."
Blanc has had a stunning start to his managerial career, leading Bordeaux to second spot in Ligue 1 in his first year in charge before going one better and breaking Lyon's seven-year stranglehold on the title last season.
The 44-year-old is continuing to impress as Les Girondins topped their UEFA Champions League group which included Juventus and Bayern Munich. Blanc reportedly has a clause in his contract which allows him to leave should a national team or one of Europe's elite come calling.