The former Indian billionaire made a rare paddock visit at Silverstone last weekend, as his passport has been seized over his legal dispute with Indian authorities.
For now, he cannot leave the UK, but he hit back at suggestions that he is looking to sell the Silverstone-based team.
"There are no contacts," Mallya told Auto Motor und Sport.
"Over 10 years we have gained respect and had success. I would now like to enjoy it."
The 61-year-old is also still running the team, although he insists that he is not running away from his legal problems.
"I will face my responsibilities in India," said Mallya. "But until now there has been only allegations and not a single piece of hard evidence.
"But the team would survive without me, so I sleep peacefully as I know Force India is well positioned."
He said that Frenchman Ocon is already under contract for 2018, and thinks Mexican Perez should only consider moving if Ferrari calls him.
"Otherwise, he is in the best hands with us, and I think he appreciates that," said Mallya.
Force India are fourth in the team rankings ahead of next weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.