Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Conor Coady has insisted on the Super 6 Podcast that links with Liverpool do not affect him as he’s not interested in leaving Molineux.
Coady has been tipped as a potential addition at Liverpool throughout the season, with Jurgen Klopp’s side struggling defensively.
Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk are both long term absentees, which has led to suggestions that Coady, who came through the Reds’ academy, could be a player of interest to them.
However, Coady insists that the links do not trouble him and he’s more than happy staying with Wolves.
“Honestly it doesn’t affect me whatsoever. I’ve grown to love this football club since the day I joined,” the defender, who is on a £50,000-a-week contract (Mail), said.
“I think those things are easy to put out there, I think they’re easy to read, people just put two and two together and go that might happen or whatever.
“Honestly I couldn’t be happier where I am. I speak about being at this football club all the time and what this club has given me, it’s given me my whole life – and I have everything to owe to this football club.”
Liverpool may have some regret that they let Coady go, given the player he has developed into, but he has clearly benefitted from leaving Anfield.
Coady’s exposure to first-team football from a young age has helped him progress into an excellent centre-back, and a key part of Wolves’ team.
The England international’s form has actually dipped recently, with Wolves struggling at the moment.
Nuno’s side are sat in 14th place in the Premier League table, after a disappointing campaign to date.