Emery guided the Spanish outfit to their second consecutive Eurooe League title on Wednesday, with Los Rojiblancos defeating Dnipro 3-2 in Warsaw.
Asked after the match about his future, Emery looked to side-step the issue and instead chose to focus on Sevilla's success and the spot in next season's Champions League that they have earned as a result of their Europa League triumph.
"Now is not the time to talk about the future," Emery said. "I learned a long time ago that you have to live the present without thinking about the future.
"We have demanded a lot of ourselves so we want to enjoy our great achievement right now.
"The Champions League will be an eye-opener but we'll think about it in the coming days. Now we will enjoy this with our family and friends, as well as the supporters."
The 43-year-old joined Sevilla in 2013, having previously managed Spartak Moscow, Valencia, Lorca, and Almería.