The former Germany helper is eager to distance himself from reports claiming he’s frustrated at the club’s failure to provide him a long-term thing.

Bayern Munich head coach Hansi Flick is remaining relaxed despite the uncertainty surrounding his future and wishes to establish his own”philosophy” following his playing style was compared to that of Pep Guardiola.

Flick took over from Niko Kovac in November following the Croatian was disregarded, and after an initial interim spell accountable for he had been appointed head coach until the end of the season.

Bayern were fourth at the Bundesliga when Kovac was sacked but have since climbed to the summit, winning 13 of 16 matches in all competitions after the 5-1 thrashing at Eintracht Frankfurt that price Flick’s predecessor his job.

But recent reports have claimed Flick is frustrated by Bayern’s unwillingness to appoint him long-term foundation before the end of the season, while other stories suggest he’s attracting interest from rival clubs.

Publicly, however, Flick insists he’s at ease with his position rather than considering the future.

“I reside in the present. I simply enjoy it,” Flick told reporters on Thursday.

“We try to do a fantastic job. What comes next is at the stars. Bayern have a little bit of peace and quiet, considering what they need to do later on.

“I focus on the here and now. If they’re convinced, they will make a choice. If they then need another trainer, the world won’t end for me .

“I have never talked about that before. Bayern Munich is my company. Everything else simply distracts.”

Flick’s rise to the top job at Bayern has facilitated an improvement not only in results but also the perception of the brand of soccer.

Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said after Sunday’s 4-1 win in Cologne their first-half performance resembled the Bayern of former trainer Guardiola, a three-time Bundesliga winner.

However while Flick sees the Manchester City boss as an inspiration, he would like to craft his own ideology.

“Guardiola is the best trainer, for me personally,” Flick added. “I managed to get to know him during my time in the DFB [German Football Association].

“The manner in which he plays is an inspiration for many, too for me. But everybody must have their own doctrine. In this regard, it isn’t derogatory [against Guardiola].”

Bayern are next in action on Friday when they host basement side Paderborn.