Adam Federici believes he will be a Reading player for the foreseeable future after being linked with a move to Liverpool.
The Australian shot-stopper impressed in both of the Royals' recent FA Cup games against Rafa Benitez's side, intensifying speculation.
Although Federici is flattered by the reports, he is not interested in moving to Anfield and becoming Pepe Reina's understudy.
The 24-year-old is happy with the work he is doing at the Madejski Stadium and sees himself playing for the club for a long time.
"I have worked so hard to be No.1, why would I want to go up there, sit on the bench and start over?" he told the Evening Post.
"I'm enjoying my time as No.1 and I want to keep this up and go on from there.
"It has been quite interesting reading about myself, but I have had no contact from anyone.
"It's good seeing your name in the paper and it is fantastic to be linked with a team like that, but I am a Reading player and am sure I will be for a long time."