Emre Can insists the question marks over his Liverpool future are having no impact on his contribution on the field.
Can has entered the final nine months of his deal at Anfield and will be able to sign a pre-contract agreement from clubs in the rest of Europe from January onwards.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for the 23-year-old, who has started six of eight Premier League games for Jurgen Klopp’s side this season.
But Can insists his commitment to Liverpool is not in doubt and he continues to enjoy his stint on Merseyside.
“I made forward steps in my three years here,’ Can told the Times.
“It is my fourth season now in Liverpool and I played a lot of games. I am really enjoying being here. It is a great club.
“Of course I can play better sometimes, I know that, but I think my development has been good so far. I try to be better and I train hard for that.
“Why should my commitment be any different? I have a contract playing for the club, I earn my money here and I love to play for Liverpool.
“I don’t think about setbacks, or injury, when I am going out on the pitch. I only think about how I am going to help my team.”