Power Dynamos coach Danny Kabwe has refused to confirm or deny his links with the Zesco United job next season.

Speculation is rife that Kabwe is favourite to takeover at Zesco with incumbent Zlatko Krmpotic’s future still uncertain.

“I cannot talk about that. I am working and I have to see my contract until the end of the season,” Kabwe said.

I have come here to work and if I don’t deliver then I go but you have to analyse the whole issue holistically,” Kabwe said.

Krmpotic has been conspicuously absent from the Zesco bench from the last three games and the club is silent over the development.

Long-serving assistant Tenant Chembo has been in charge since them.

Kabwe’s own future at Power is uncertain after Green Buffaloes beat the Dynamos 3-0 last Saturday at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe to end their 2017 league title hopes.

Power are currently 6th on 52 points, eleven behind leaders Zesco with five games left.

“You cannot pick up one side that’s why we are talking to the players but if anything points to me then, I take the blame,” said Kabwe

Kabwe took over from Tennant Chilumba in June 2016 and led Power to a 4th place finish.