Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has pledged his immediate future to the club.
The 28-year-old had been linked with moves to Arsenal and Manchester United and after an uncertain season at Anfield rumours have swelled that the Spaniard's career on Merseyside could be coming to an end.
But the stopper has moved to quash such talk.
“I’m happy, calm and comfortable here,” he said.
“I will continue working so we can win more games.
“I’m looking towards the future which I reckon will bring a lot of happiness and hopefully the new project with the new American owners will be a convincing one – attractive and ambitious above all.
"It’s my understanding that we will be bringing in some important players, continuing to grow and hopefully in one or two years we will be in the place that Liverpool deserves to be, which is fighting for titles.
“I am not going to Manchester, that is not my intention.
“I imagine they’ve been monitoring and following many keepers.
“Benitez is the person who brought me here, but this does not mean that I am uncomfortable with Dalglish.
“On the contrary, I think he is the ideal manager for Liverpool at the moment."
The news will come as a welcome boost to fans of The Reds as Dalglish attempts to build a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title and Champions League qualification.
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