Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has no intention of leaving the club this summer.
The Uruguayan strikers scored the equaliser against Everton in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday, the precursor to Andy Carroll heading the winner late on.
However, Suarez's first full season in English football has been marred by his eight-match FA charge for racially abusing Patrice Evra, but with the incident in the past, the 25-year-old wants to move on.
“Yes, yes I will continue at Liverpool,” he said.
“It is obvious I will continue. I have four years left on my contract and I am very happy and content to be here and I hope good things continue.”
“I am over that," he added. "Obviously the important thing was the support from all the people and there is no need to talk about that as it is already in the past.
"Obviously one has to be used to all this. A lot of things happen in football. It’s difficult and it’s complicated but you have to deal with it.”
Several of Suarez's family were present at Wembley, as Liverpool confirmed their place in their second domestic final of the season.
"My joy was for my wife and my daughter and my sister and niece who came from Uruguay and my father-in-law who came from Barcelona,” Suárez said.
“They made a huge effort to be here so my joy was for all the sacrifices they make for me not to mention of course the sacrifices by all the people from Liverpool and all the support they’ve given us despite not having good moments in recent times.”
After falling short in their attempts to qualify for the Champions League, Liverpool are hoping a double cup win can make up for a poor domestic campaign.
Victory in the Carling Cup final has at least assured the Reds a place in the Europe League this season, and they travel to Wembley attempting to become the fourth side to win the two domestic cups in the same season.