By Laura O’Leary
Liverpool’s Alberto Moreno revealed that he is not worried about a possible transfer or extending his stay at the club, and he is taking his future one game at a time.
In an interview with the International Business Times UK, the defender revealed that he was always intent on staying in the summer but currently does not concern himself with thoughts of the future.
He said: “It’s true there were a lot offers at the end of the season but my intention was always to stay at Liverpool.
“Honestly, right now I do not think about anything, not about signing a new deal not about moving somewhere else.
“I only think about playing, keep doing what I am doing and whatever has to come in the future will come, I only think about the day to day and the game to game, nothing else.”
The Spanish international has featured 15 times across all competitions for Liverpool this season, grabbing three assists.
The defender’s performances have helped cement his place as Liverpool’s first-choice left back after only making 18 appearances across all competitions last season.
Moreno was only able to register one assist in those 18 appearances, a total he has already beaten this season.
The 25-year-old’s form and regular appearances for the Reds this season have also earned him an international recall.
After being left out of the Spain squad for three years, Julen Lopetegui named Moreno in his squad for the international friendlies against Costa Rica and Russia.
The 25-year-old has been at the Reds since August 2014 after he joined from La Liga’s Sevilla.
Across his three years at the club, he has made a total of 124 appearances, grabbing three goals and getting 11 assists.
The Europa League winner’s current contract with Liverpool is scheduled to expire in June 2019.