Liverpool defender Danny Wilson claims the club's proposed takeover is not top of his priorities.
The Reds are hogging the headlines after New England Sports Ventures, owners of the Boston Red Sox, had a £300million bid for the Merseysiders accepted on Wednesday.
While Jamie Carragher was quick to express his opinion on the matter, fellow centre-back Wilson is keen to focus on improving Liverpool's fortunes on the pitch rather than ponder the ins and outs of the potential new ownership.
And the 18-year-old admits he is too busy finding his feet at Anfield to allow his attention to drift towards the ongoing takeover saga.
He told the Daily Record: "I don't really know what's going on off the pitch. I know there are problems but I'm not quite sure what they are. I don't think the players let that bother them. We just get on with things and concentrate on football.
"Sure, we're going through a sticky spell and we're not in a good position but we'll try to get a few wins and pull ourselves out of it."
After joining from Rangers in the summer, Wilson has found first-team football at Liverpool hard to come by.
The 2009/10 SPL PFA Young Player of the Year has yet to feature for the Reds in the Premier League and his only appearance to date was last month's humiliating Carling Cup exit to Northampton Town.
But Wilson is not lamenting his decision to move south of the border one bit.
"I don't regret signing," said the Livingston-born stopper. "It has never crossed my mind I might have made a mistake."
"I'm enjoying it even though I've not had much first-team action. My debut against Northampton obviously wasn't the greatest game. The disappointment in the dressing room afterwards was huge.
"Just as with Rangers, you're expected to win every game if you're at Liverpool."
Wilson will be in the thick of the action on Thursday evening as he prepares for Scotland Under-21s' European Championship play-off first leg in Iceland.
And the teenage centre-half insists he will relish the Reykjavik tie after claiming he does shy away from high importance affairs.
"It's just another game and that's how you have to view it. I just try to stay calm no matter if it's an international match, the Champions League or a reserve game," he said.
"After playing in big European games for Rangers nothing scares me. There's simply no scenario I fear any more.
"Once you've played them it helps you and hopefully I can use everything that got me there previously for these games. I know there are quality players around me so crunch games don't faze me. As long as everyone is pulling their weight we should be OK.
"Iceland are a good team. They won against Germany so they can't be a bad one. We just need to make sure we go out and beat them.
"It's hard to pinpoint who the underdog is. It's just a game and anyone can win so we are all focused on getting a good result."
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