Zdenek Zeman insists that he is happy with Pescara but admitted that if Inter come calling, he would be keen to hear what president Massimo Moratti had to say.
Speculation is rife that the Nerazzurri are ready to sack current coach Claudio Ranieri after a run of five successive defeats in all competitions.
There have been reports that Inter have lined up Zeman as a replacement but the former Roma and Lazio boss insists there is no truth to the rumours.
"I have never seen nor heard from Moratti," Zeman is quoted as saying by Tuttosport. "I do not think that he will call me, but if he if does, then we could talk.
"But now I'm the coach of Pescara and I am thinking only of my team."
The 64-year-old Zeman is one of the most experienced coaches currently plying his trade in Italy, having also had spells at Napoli, Parma and Brescia among others.
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