Thursday 3 December 2015 16:11, UK
Rangers manager Mark Warburton has slammed reports that he is being considered for the vacant Fulham job as "disrespectful and appalling".
A number of English and Scottish sports news services have reported the Whites are pursuing Warburton, who left their rivals Brentford in the summer, to succeed the sacked Kit Symons.
Warburton has repeatedly dismissed any suggestion that he could leave Ibrox for Craven Cottage and took to Twitter on Wednesday to air his frank thoughts after yet more reports emerged.
"Both bemused and frustrated by shockingly incorrect stories from certain media outlets," he tweeted.
"I am going nowhere and no club has approached me. Such stories are incorrect and disrespectful to me, to Rangers and to the supposed interested party, which in this case is Fulham. Appalling.
"Why are such stories released without any sensible investigation? Rangers fans, Rangers as a club and indeed Fulham deserve better."
Warburton said following their 4-0 win over Dumbarton on Tuesday that he could not "keep answering" questions about other clubs and himself.
He said: "I'm the manager of Rangers football club. I've brought staff in and developed a squad here. I'm in the middle of a project.
"I think it's disrespectful. I can't keep answering the same question."
Warburton left Brentford after taking them to promotion from League One and then the Championship play-offs last season, joining Rangers in June.
Rangers are top of the Scottish Championship, having won 19, drawn once and lost twice in all competitions so far this season.