The 22-year-old, who recently secured a season-long loan move to Carrow Road, is refusing to consider a switch because he still believes he has a big part to play at Anfield.
Despite spending the past two seasons away from the club, at Derby County and West Bromwich Albion, he is understandably eager to one day make an impact for the club he joined as a 14-year-old.
“I have also had loan spells at Derby and West Brom because I know that going out on loan is a big part of the game now.
“I am still young and I am still learning. But the Premier League is very tough so these loans can only help to make me a better player.
“Whatever happens I still see my future as being at Liverpool. But you have to prove yourself at this level and hopefully I can do that here.”
Wisdom did not feature in Norwich's opening Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace, which the Eagles won 3-1, but he will be hoping to make his Canaries bow when the club take on Sunderland this weekend.
Last term he was steady enough for Midlands outfit West Brom, making 24 league appearances in total, while winning 56% of his total headed duels.
The 22-year-old also made 30 interceptions and completed 79% of his attempted passes.