Maxi Rodriguez does not want to leave Liverpool this summer after insisting he is happy in England.
The Argentine, a January 2010 signing from Atletico Madrid, has become a key part of Kenny Dalglish's plans in the past month, despite suggestions he would be sold.
Maxi has scored four goals in two games, including a hat-trick against Birmingham, and has helped Liverpool overtake Tottenham in fifth position in the Premier League.
The prospect of European football next season, which had looked extremely unlikely, is now within reach and the 30-year-old hopes to still be at Anfield.
"I am really happy here," said Maxi. "The people have treated us really well.
"The type of life we have here, the way of life, is very different to what we were used to after nine years in Spain but I am enjoying everything.
"How can you not enjoy it? I am at a great club and it is great to play here."
Liverpool's owners, Fenway Sports Group, are expected to overhaul the playing squad in the summer and it has been reported that Maxi would be sacrificed.
But, with two years remaining on his contract, the wide-man is focused on life at Anfield and hopes to help the club to European glory and a return to the Premier League's top four.
"Obviously it is everyone's dream to play in the Champions League. Not just for the players, but for the club," said Maxi.
"That is where Liverpool want to be and deserve to be. But at the moment that is maybe not realistic so getting in the Europa League is our target.
"If we have to play in the Europa League, we will play in it and try to win it."