By FOX Sports Staff
The former Roma striker has a solitary goal to his name thus far, having netted it on his Anfield debut against Gomel in the Europa League back in August.
A broken foot then kept him out of action for several months with the Italian only recently having completed full recovery. However, since his return from injury, he has been largely confined to the bench as new signing Daniel Sturridge has risen to the fore and shouldered the side's goalscoring burden alongside the mercurial Luis Suarez.
The 21-year-old has always been highly considered by manager Brendan Rodgers but Fiorentina, who have impressed in the Serie A this season, are in need of a striker and have been linked with Borini in recent weeks.
On Thursday, his agent swiftly moved to quell such speculation and stated that Borini, despite the unfavourable statistics and the consequent lack of playing time, remains committed to the Merseyside club.
"I have to be honest, I've not had any contact with anyone at Fiorentina," he told Firenze Viola.
"Fabio is happy at Liverpool because they are one of the most famous clubs in the world. He chose Liverpool in the summer and he's happy with his English adventure.
"If Fiorentina, a club who have shown they are ready to target youngsters with bright futures, are really interested then we'd thank them.
"But Fabio is just focused on getting back to full fitness after injury and thinking only of Liverpool.
"Fabio is 21, he's already changed five clubs and he's contracted to Liverpool until 2017."
The youngster last featured for the Reds as a substitute in the 5-0 drubbing of Norwich nearly three weeks ago. He was placed on the bench and not utilised by Rodgers for the crucial ties against Arsenal and Manchester City.