Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones has once again failed to rule out a move to Liverpool in the summer.
Liverpool were linked with attempting to sign the Sunderland forward on loan in January, however, the deal failed to materialise with manager Steve Bruce unimpressed over the Reds move for the 25-year-old.
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Jones has since hinted that he could still leave Sunderland if a bigger club was to make an approach for him in the future.
Jones said: "If one of the world's big clubs comes in for you, it's understandable a player might have the desire to go to that next level.
Until you sign a contract with a new club it's all just talk. January was a crazy time and now I have to focus on the games ahead."
The Trinidad & Tobago striker added: "The manager spoke to me. The reassuring speech came out to let me know the club still wanted me. That is always nice to hear.
“But sometimes a big situation like the transfer story can make it hard for the manager to say anything. All I can do to prove I am committed to Sunderland by showing it in games."
Liverpool could yet make another approach for the Trinidad & Tobago international in the summer with Rafael Benitez desperate to add to his attacking options and lessen the burden put on Fernando Torres.