Caley Thistle have confirmed Premiership side Livingston have made no approach to speak to manager John Robertson.
Livi are searching for a new manager after David Hopkin left at the end of last season, shortly after guiding the club to their second successive promotion from League 1 to the top-flight which has taken them from League 1 to the top-flight in the space of just over 12 months.
Inverness boss Robertson has been linked with a return to Tony Macaroni Arena, where he has spent two previous spells as player/coach and manager. Former Hearts striker Robertson took his first steps in coaching when he joined the West Lothian outfit in 1998, before joining Inverness for his first spell at Caledonian Stadium four years later.
Robertson also joined Livi as manager in February 2006 during their last stint in the Premiership, but he was unable to keep them up and was sacked 14 months later.
Robertson ended a five-year absence from management last summer when he rejoined Caley Jags following their relegation from the top-flight, and he oversaw an excellent finish to the campaign which saw the Highlanders narrowly miss out on the promotion play-offs.
Livingston, who have also been linked with John Hartson, Jim Duffy and Rangers striker Kenny Miller, have indicated they will not draw up a shortlist until the end of next week and Inverness have confirmed they have received no contact regarding Robertson.