Liverpool caretaking manager Kenny Dalglish believes that his bosses at Merseyside are happy with his performance at this point in time, despite there being no word on a permanent contract for the manager dubbed ‘King Kenny’.
"I have nothing to say and nothing to discuss," Dalglish told reporters.
“When we have some news, I will tell you.
"There is nothing to be announced. For me, it is an honour to be here [at Liverpool] and an honour to have been asked.”
Dalglish has been wildly successful since his move to the managerial position at Liverpool, taking the side from fearing relegation to pushing for fifth, and possibly fourth, place on the Barclays Premier League table.
It is thought that a contract for Dalglish is all but signed to permanently manage Liverpool next season, with the ex-Liverpool legend boasting the second best form in the league, behind title leaders Manchester United, since he began his tenure in January.
"I said if I could come back and help I would do,” Dalglish said.
“They asked me and I have come and if I helped and the supporters have enjoyed it, then so have I."
And the supporters have certainly enjoyed Dalglish being a part of the Liverpool family once more, with signings Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez shining over the last few months and a trophy challeng looking closer than ever for the history rich club.