Adams has been tipped as Craig Brown's successor with rumours suggesting he is the Pittodrie club's first choice to become their new coach in the summer.
The former Reds player admitted he is content at the Dingwall outfit, saying he was under contract and more than happy to carry on guiding the Staggies to SPL success in their maiden season in the top flight.
"I've got a year on my contract remaining at Ross County," Adams said. "I enjoy working here.
"We've built a very good football club and I'm delighted with the progress we're making.
"There's a lot of speculation and it's something that's good for the football club.
"I've got a year to run here and I'm delighted to be here. I enjoy working with the players. They're a fantastic group."
Having taken County into the SPL and seen them move from a relegation fight to contenders for Europe in recent weeks, Adams said the team's success had put him in the spotlight and that proved progress.
He also revealed that he didn't know of any official contact from Aberdeen.
"It's not for me to say," he added. "It's for the chairman.
"From my point of view it's great that the football club is getting recognised.
"We've moved the club on, year on year. I think a lot of other teams have taken notice of us this season.
"We just want to continue working hard with the players we've got."