However, the 53-year-old manager is insistent that he has no desire to leave Molineux.
“I don’t like talking about other clubs and their positions – it is not my job to do that,” he said.
“In terms of myself I am happy here and have no ambition to leave and am committed to Wolves.
“Wolves is a great club, and you do the job at a club like this until somebody tells you different.”
Jackett is under pressure at Wolves currently, due to the side’s poor start to the new campaign.
Wolves had been tipped as one of the promotion favourites prior to the campaign starting, but they have failed to live up to expectations.
The Midlands club are currently well short of the play-offs, and they have struggled to hit their top form.
It has been a similar story at QPR, who have also disappointed their supporters with their initial displays this season – but it seems that any move for Jackett will prove fruitless.
At the moment Neil Warnock is in temporary charge at QPR, with Nigel Pearson the bookies' favourite to take over.