The 45-year-old has revealed that the club president is satisfied with the team's performances amidst reports that there are going to be changes at the Milanese outfit
The Rossoneri have been in far from impressive form in the opening months of the 2012-13 campaign, and high-profile names such as Luciano Spalletti and Pep Guardiola have been touted as potential replacements for the former Cagliari trainer in the past few weeks.
However, Allegri does not fear that he will get the sack any time soon as he still has club owner Silvio Berlusconi's support, following the 1-1 Champions League draw against Malaga on Tuesday.
"I met president Berlusconi in the changing rooms, and he told me he was happy with the performance," Allegri told reporters.
"There have been countless names and rumours circulating. The story bores me a bit and it's up to the club to deal with these situations."
AC Milan recently already released an official statement denying they have approached Guardiola to replace Allegri.