Striker Luis Suarez may be propping Liverpool up this season but he says that talk of jumping ship for Italian giants Juventus in January is far from his thinking.
In Suarez's 15 starts in the Premier League this season he has scored 10 times, more than half of all Liverpool's 19 league goals.
Going into Sunday's match with West Ham, for which the Uruguayan is suspended, the Reds sit 11th whereas Juventus occupy top spot in Serie A and are in the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Despite the roller coaster Suarez has ridden in the past year, involving a race row with Manchester United's Patrice Evra, he says he is happy at Liverpool, a club he believes most players would want to stay at.
"Serie A is very nice and a competitive league with great teams and great players," Suarez told Mediaset.
"I know [about the interest from Juventus] because it's been talked about quite a lot and I always read a lot of stories in the newspapers.
"But I'm very happy at Liverpool. It is a club where many people would like to play."