The head coach leads his Championship table toppers back into action after the international break at home to Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday.
Town are seeking a ninth win from 12 games in a Noon showdown which is live on Sky with the encounter on course to attract a 21,000-plus crowd.
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But Wagner, who is approaching his first anniversary as boss, says his focus is firmly on Town.
“I have no problem with speculation – it is part of the business, whether you are successful or unsuccessful,” said the German.
“But I think everyone here knows I am really happy. I have the feeling I am in the right place at this moment.
“We have taken good steps in the right direction, both on the grass and as a club, but they are only first steps.
“I am a small wheel in the overall machine of Huddersfield Town - I know I have a responsibility for what happens here, and what we have started.
“On the other side, in my career so far, I have always found the right moment to do something new. I will hopefully find the right moment if I have the feeling people here are sick of me.
“But at this moment, I don’t feel people here are sick of me!”
Wagner added: “For me talking about speculation wastes energy - my focus is this club, the next match and how can we be successful.
“You have to have ideas and visions for the club and the squad.
“But for me personally, I don’t think too far into the future.
“Yes I am ambitious, but this club is too - like me, the club wants to improve, not to stand still. This gives me a positive feeling.”