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Liverpool and Arsenal set for showdown

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Torres committed to Liverpool

Liverpool striker Fernando Torres insists he has no immediate plans to leave the club despite their poor league showing this season and joined new boss Kenny Dalglish in calling for unity.

• Dalglish rallies the troops
• Dalglish hails Hodgson
• Hodgson leaves Liverpool
• Thompson: Fans were key

Torres was linked with a move in the summer but opted to stay at Anfield after talks over his future, but with the club languishing in the bottom half of the table there has been more speculation over his long-term future.

The Spain international has looked out of sorts in recent months, scoring just once in his last seven appearances, which has fuelled speculation that he is eager to quit the Merseyside club.

But Torres says he will not be going anywhere, telling The People: "More than ever, we need to stick together. We must live in the present, from match to match.

"We need to add more points, win matches and improve our standing in the table. That is our challenge and I demand the total help of our supporters in doing that.

"My head is in Liverpool and on helping save our season. I am professional and I always fulfil my deals. I haven't considered leaving, although in football that depends on the club.

"Liverpool had a lot of success under Rafa Benitez and that is difficult for anyone to follow. Even if the ball hasn't always dropped our way this season, we have missed out in a lot of matches."

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