Stevens: No contact from Wolfsburg
Former Schalke, Hertha Berlin and Cologne coach Huub Stevens insists he has not been contacted about becoming the new Wolfsburg coach.
The Dutchman is one of the names being linked with the Wolves following the dismissal of Steve McClaren earlier this week, but he says Wolfsburg's managing director Dieter Hoeness has not been in touch.
"There is nothing to say about it because there has not even been an inquiry," the Salzburg coach told Kicker magazine. "I have a contract until 2012 anyway and am giving it my best in Salzburg."
Stevens and Hoeness worked together at Hertha and remain in touch, although the possibility of them being reunited has not been discussed.
"He last called me to congratulate me on my birthday, but that was at the end of November," added the Dutchman. "We only talked about our families and did not say a word about Wolfsburg."
Pierre Littbarski has been handed a contract until the end of the season at the Bundesliga club and he too is a candidate to keep the job on a full-time basis.
Former Hoffenheim coach Ralf Rangnick and Lucien Favre, who almost led Hertha into the UEFA Champions League in 2009 alongside Hoeness, are also believed to be in the frame.