Luis Suarez has shrugged off reports linking him with a summer switch to Bayern Munich, and says he is happy at Liverpool.
It has been suggested that the Uruguayan frontman will be a top target for Pep Guardiola when he inherits the managerial reins at Bayern Munich at the end of the season.
Suarez has endured a controversial spell at Anfield, with his antics often making headlines for all of the wrong reasons.
It was speculated that he could be tempted to cut short his time in England and start afresh elsewhere, but the 26-year-old insists he will continue to pay little attention to transfer gossip until he is put in a position where a decision has to be made.
"We all know how important Guardiola is and the many things he won at Barcelona. He must know a thing or two about football," he told Uruguayan radio station Sport 890.
"But if I'm being honest, I don't ever stop to read what is being said about me in the press - it would drive me mad as I'm linked to so many clubs.
"The day a concrete offer comes for me to the club, we will sit down and do what's best for everyone.
"But I'm happy here. The Premier League is the best league there is.
"I watch a lot of football in my spare time but the most attractive for me is English football - I want to stay here. I'm very happy here."