Michal Kadlec claims he has not been in contact with Liverpool despite confirming interest from the Anfield outfit.
The Bayer Leverkusen defender has been in fine form for the Bundesliga outfit, reportedly impressing Liverpool scouts on a recent trip to the BayArena.
"I know that they were present at our early-season game against Dortmund, which we won 2-0. But I don't know whether there has been any progress since then," he told told isport.blesk.cz.
"It (Liverpool's interest) was in some English paper, but I know nothing specific about it. I have not discussed it with anyone."
A versatile left back, Kadlek could potentially serve as a replacement for defender Paul Konchesky, who has found himself out in the cold at Liverpool after being loaned out to Nottingham Forest.
Kenny Dalglish is keen to strengthen the Reds in a number of core positions, and has hinted that summer signings could be on the cards at Anfield. Defence is a known priority for the Merseysiders, and Kadlek appears to be on the Liverpool radar.
"If we manage to qualify, the club would not be willing to release anyone.," Kadlek said when referring to the Champions League and his contract.
"Anyway, to be connected with such a big club (Liverpool) flatters me. Who would not be tempted to play in the Premier League?"