Danny Guthrie does not want to consider his long-term future until the end of the season, his agent has confirmed.
The 20-year-old midfielder has been impressing in recent weeks and that led to speculation that Bolton could look to try and seal a permanent deal.
Gary Megson admitted Guthrie was doing well for him, but the Liverpool youngster is in no hurry to commit his future.
"Danny is at Bolton until the end of the season, that is where we are at," his agent Alex Levack told skysports.com.
"Danny is doing really well but there is nothing to talk about in reference to his future at the moment. All that he wants to do is concentrate on his football."
Levack admitted that Guthrie could still have a future at Liverpool.
"He has over two years left on his deal with Liverpool so we will have to see what they say," he added.
"But Danny is enjoying himself and playing well, which is the most important thing right now."
Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez added that he has been impressed with Guthrie this season.
"We have had our scouts watching him and we are really pleased because he is playing well," enthused Benitez.
"We have a lot of confidence in Guthrie.
"He needed to play games and we thought Bolton was the right club for him because Sammy Lee and Frank McParland were there at the start of the season.
"Although they have now left the club he is in the Bolton team, and is showing the quality that we thought he had."