The Dutchman insists his position is not under threat following the Rossoneri's latest defeat on Friday
The legendary Dutchman took the reins at San Siro in January following Massimiliano Allegri's sacking and has helped the seven-time European champions towards a top-half finish after a poor start to the season.
However, speculation that he will be replaced in the summer remains following the Rossoneri's 2-0 defeat to Roma on Friday, but the 38-year-old insists that he is going nowhere.
"I have a contract, I don't need constant confirmation," he told reporters.
"It would be a big insult to this company's image if they were thinking about replacing me after three months. I've never paid any notice to these reports.
"I took the team from five points off relegation and now we are here to talk about the Europa League.
"I don't want to take the place of [CEO Adriano] Galliani or the president or anyone else. I just want to coach AC Milan."