Harry Kewell has dismissed talk linking him with a move away from Liverpool.
Reports have suggested Kewell may be on his way out of Anfield this summer with Valencia thought to be chasing his signature.
Kewell has rejected the reports and insists he is happy to stay at Liverpool.
"I think if you read over the last months half the things I have been linked with and doing then I don't think I would be here at all," said Kewell.
"So you cannot believe everything you see in the papers. If they come to see me and speak to me or speak to the boss hopefully it's all rubbish.
"From my side it is and hopefully from Liverpool's it is as well.
The Australian has arguably enjoyed his best season at Anfield this term since his move from Leeds in 2003.
Kewell is hoping to end the campaign on a high by helping Liverpool to glory in this weekend's FA Cup final after seeing last season's UEFA Champions League success tarnished by injury.
"Obviously I had a big one last year (Champions League) and there was a lot of confusion over that so this is my first major final and I want to be a big part of it. I just want to be in the squad and enjoy the whole day.
"It is not just important for me, it is important for my country as I am representing my country in one of the biggest cups possibly in England. I am really looking forward to it.
"It is just nice playing in a team that loves playing football, likes getting the ball around and scoring goals really.
"The lads all get on well with each other so that is a major part of it for me turning round the corner."