Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam has received no contact from Fulham over a potential move to Craven Cottage.
The Scottish midfielder was an unused substitute in the opening day defeat to West Bromwich Albion, with Joe Allen, Steven Gerrard and Lucas Leiva employed in a three-man midfield.
Adam's opportunities this season are expected to be limited under new boss Brendan Rodgers, however the former Blackpool man has rejected claims he has held talks with Fulham.
"I have never heard anything about Fulham, nobody has spoken to me about it, so for the moment it is paper talk and at the moment I am not going anywhere," Adam said.
"I am happy at Liverpool and why would I leave after a year? There is no point.
"I am open enough to say I have had a conversation with the manager but for me I'm not going anywhere.
"I am playing with some of the best players in the world, I have a good coach, good manager, and I am learning every day from what he is doing.
"I want to play this year and hopefully I get the opportunity to do that. It is a big season for everybody. For us at Liverpool it is a big season, we have got Europa League and we want to improve on what we did last year in the league."
The 26 year old was among a spate of signings made by Kenny Dalglish last summer, including Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson who failed to make sufficient impact to assist a push for Champions League qualification.
With Rodgers now at the helm, Liverpool are undergoing a transition, which includes altering the club's style of play, with more emphasis on short passing rather than a direct style of play.
Despite Adam's passing range, Rodgers looks ready to side with Allen and Lucas in the centre of the Anfield club's midfield; with his appearances likely to be more regular in the domestic cup competitions and the Europa League.