Jermaine Penannt has pleaded with Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez not to sell him.
The winger's future at Anfield looks uncertain with Pennant not being involved in Liverpool's opening two Premier League games.
Blackburn have been strongly linked with a move for the former Birmingham star, but Pennant hopes to remain at Anfield.
"I want to stay at Liverpool," Pennant told The People.
"I have been given a fantastic opportunity to play for the team I supported as a kid and all I want to do is work hard and fight for my place in the team."
ResolveMeanwhile, Robbie Keane believes Liverpool have shown a winning mentality by getting results despite not performing to their maximum.
The Reds left to late to beat Middlesbrough 2-1 on Saturday on Keane's home debut as they made it two wins out of two.
Keane accepts Liverpool are not firing on all cylinders, but he insists it is all about winning as they look to mount a serious bid for the title.
"Football is about winning, it doesn't matter how well you play so long as you come off the pitch having picked up the points," Keane told the club's official website.
"When you don't play as well as you know you can but you are still getting results then that is a sign of a good team. When we do start playing well we're confident we'll keep getting the points on the board to make sure we are in the mix at the top of the table."
Keane added: "It was nice to play my first competitive game at Anfield but at the end of the day the most important thing was to win," he said.
"It doesn't matter whether it's my first game here or not, it's about winning and I've settled in well now so the match was all about getting three points on the board and we managed to do that."