Saido Berahino
Berahino has scored 14 goals for West Brom this season but his exit from The Hawthorns appears inevitableGetty Images

West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino has indicated he will leave the club at the end of the season, amid interest from Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, but only after saving them from Premier League relegation.

Berahino has scored 14 goals this season but The Baggies lie just three points above the drop zone having won just one of Tony Pulis' three league games in charge since permanently replacing Alan Irvine in January.

The 21-year-old was expected to leave The Hawthorns during the January transfer window but after a move failed to materialise Berahino has marked the card of the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham by claiming he could become available at the end of the season.

"I'm taking care of my short-term right now and if I keep scoring the goals and if I keep doing well for West Bromwich Albion, I know the future will be bright for me and I know that I'll go a long way," Berahino told Sky Sports.

"I need to stay focused on what I'm doing right now which is scoring the goals and keeping West Bromwich in the Premier League. If I can keep them in the Premier League and score as many goals as I can, I'm pretty sure the fans wouldn't mind me pushing on and moving on to bigger things.

"I'm flattered to be linked to all these sort of teams, but I stay focused. This is my second season in the Premier League and I still have a long way to go. I'm learning a lot from all sorts of different players. For me I just look forward to each game and try to enjoy as much as possible."

The Burundi-born forward has represented England at every level of youth football and was called into Roy Hodgson's squad for the matches against Slovenia and Scotland in November but failed to win a maiden senior cap.

Both Liverpool and Tottenham have been heavily linked with a move for Berahino, who is rated at £25m despite having only cemented his role in the West Brom team this season.

Liverpool have reportedly been on the look out for the new striker to cure their attacking problems amid Mario Balotelli's uncertain return to the Premier League, but the summer arrival of Divock Origi is likely to block a move for Berahino.

Tottenham's search for additional attacking influence could yet extend into the summer window, with just three senior strikers available to manager Mauricio Pochettino, a plight accentuated by Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado having mustered just six goals between them.