Tim Cahill has revealed he would never entertain the idea of joining bitter rivals Liverpool.
The Everton midfielder was recently asked whether he would consider a move to Anfield if the opportunity arose, and his answer was a definite 'no'.
The Australian international insists he is happy at Goodison Park and has no plans to leave Everton.
"Never. Never, never (would I join Liverpool). No money in this world could convince me to play for Liverpool," Cahill told the Sydney Morning Herald .
"That's not a lack of respect for Liverpool supporters or the football club. It's respect for the Everton supporters.
"You just can't do that. It goes against everything that I stand for. No chance."
The 29-year-old, who is having another stellar season at Goodison Park, declared he is delighted to be at the club and would like to extend his stay even further.
"Every time I score, the passion comes out and I try to relay that back to the fans and to the players and the staff at how grateful I am to be playing for such a good club," he added.
"I am part of the furniture at Everton but I don't take it for granted.
"I've got a chance of the FA Cup. I've got a lot of years left at Everton and hopefully I can make it longer, but it depends what the club thinks of you."