Harry Redknapp looks set to take up the top job with England this summer, leaving a vacant space at White Hart Lane, and reports have emerged that Rodgers is in the running for the role.
But the Liberty Stadium chief is adamant his only interest is the last seven games of the season at the Swans.
“Harry Redknapp’s done a brilliant job at Tottenham,” the Northern Irishman told Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “Tottenham's a terrific job but my concentration and effort is with Swansea and making sure we finish off a brilliant season so far.
“I’m just working on the last seven games of the season.”
Rodgers’ achievements at Swansea, the club are currently 11th in the Premier League, are all the more impressive considering the tight financial constraints, with the Swans spending less than £10million on transfer fees this season.
And the 39-year-old claims the Welsh side will never be able to match their top-flight rivals when buying new players.
“We’ll be able to bring in three or four but we’ll never be able to compete with the teams we play against,” Rodgers added.
“The philosophy of the club is different here. Swansea went through a really barren spell about eight years ago when the club nearly went out of business.
“They will never overspend now and I respect that. It’s a brilliant club and they operate with a lot of common sense.
“There’s no doubt that at this level you have to invest. But I’m not going to be moaning and groaning about big money when there’s not big money here.”