Daniel Sturridge insists he wants to stay at Liverpool after helping the club reach the Champions League qualifiers.
The England striker has played a bit-part role at Anfield this season – but still managed to score seven times in 26 appearances for the club.
The player is expected to be sold by Jurgen Klopp this summer, with the Anfield boss admitting earlier in the season that he was planning wholesale changes to his squad.
But Sturridge, who has been linked with Arsenal, West Ham and PSG, believes he will stay at Anfield next season and has vowed to honour the last two years of his contract.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Sturridge said on his future“That is for the club to decide, for myself I am enjoying my football.
“My job is to go on the pitch and put my best foot forward.”
When questioned again if he would hold talks with Klopp and the club this summer, he added: “There is nothing to discuss really. I have two years left on my deal and I am happy here.”