Lee Clark distanced himself from reports linking him with the vacant manager's job at Leicester after Huddersfield extended their unbeaten league run to 40 matches with a 2-2 draw at Scunthorpe.
Jordan Rhodes appeared to have won it for Huddersfield with his 14th goal in six matches in the 86th minute, but Chris Dagnall grabbed an 88th-minute equaliser. Huddersfield goalkeeper Ian Bennett saved two Scunthorpe penalties in either half - from Dagnall and Michael O'Connor - while Tommy Miller cancelled out Oliver Norwood's opener for Scunthorpe.
Sven-Goran Eriksson departed Leicester following their weekend defeat to Millwall, but Clark played down speculation linking him with the Foxes job, insisting: "I have heard nothing about any approach from my chairman or chief executive. Nothing will distract me from the job I am doing here at Huddersfield."
He added: "When a manager or a player is linked with another club, it proves they must be doing something right. Newspaper talk is probably all it is.
"For any team in professional sport to go 40 games unbeaten shows they must have something special.
"But if and when it does come to an end, I have great faith in my players that they will have the character to bounce straight back."
Scunthorpe manager Alan Knill described Huddersfield as the best team in League One.
"I also believe that we are moving in the right direction," he said. "That is nine draws we have had already this season - I have never had that many before.
"This was a game that either team could have won or lost. It was a great advert for League One football. There were lots of chances at both ends.
"I am delighted with the way we played, but obviously disappointed that we missed two penalties."