Manuel Pellegrini has ruled out a move away from Hebei China Fortune after reports in Spain linked him to the management position at Real Betis.
The Chilean took over at the Chinese club earlier this year after a three-year stint at Manchester City, but reports in the Spanish press had speculated the Seville-based club had enquired about his availability.
"I have a contract in China for two years, which I will honour," Pellegrini told Cadena Ser.
"I am very happy here and there is no chance of me going to another club, I am a man of my word.
"I will not talk about the clubs that have contacted me or the club, my contract is in China."
Former Sevilla, Olympiakos and Marseille boss Michel is the latest to be linked to Gus Poyet's job, while Marcos Silva, formerly of Estoril, Sporting CP and Olympiakos, has also been touted.
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