Lindelof was heavily linked with a move to Manchester United during the transfer window.
Jose Mourinho was said to be courting the defender ahead of a £50million move.
He eventually opted to resist a bid by placing his faith in current defenders Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly, Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo.
Victor Lindelof has opened up on interest from Manchester United
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Jose Mourinho wanted to bring Victor Lindelof to Manchester United
Despite that, the Daily Mail claimed last week that United continue to scout the defender.
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Lindelof has since signed a new deal with Benfica.
And the Sweden international has now discussed United's interest, believing he thrives at his current club and had no reason to move to Old Trafford.
Victor Lindelof has enjoyed a fine season at Benifca
"Much has been written but it’s nothing I have focused on," he told Swedish newspaper Expressen.
"I have always focused on what was important to me and it’s club football. There is no difference for me.
"As I said I thrive in Benfica and that’s where the focus has been. A lot has been written but I’ve said nothing."