Speculation has been rife that Kearney is set for a sensational return to the Bannsiders following the departure of Rodney McAree.
Kearney though appeared to distance himself from those reports following the Buddies crucial 2-0 win over Hamilton on Monday night.
The Ballymoney man said the reports were "news to me".
"Social media's a wonderful thing and you get plenty of, I don't know what you want to call it, out there.
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"But I've been treated fantastically and I've got a job to do here - and that's what I intend to do.
"Coleraine is a club very close to my heart, of course, because I wouldn't be sitting here now if it wasn't for Coleraine.
"In the same stretch I am here to do a job and I am very happy and I hope the club are happy with me."
Monday night's win leaves St Mirren a point behind Hamilton as they bid to avoid the end-of-season play-off.
They go into the final day of the Premiership season with a chance of staying up if Hamilton lose against St Johnstone and the Buddies draw or beat Dundee.