The agent of Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has made it clear that the Spain international is not looking to leave the club.
Reina has been with Liverpool since moving from Villarreal back in the summer of 2005 and has been one of the most consistent performers for the club during his seven year spell at Anfield.
However, his form has taken a worrying dip and there have been suggestions that manager Brendan Rodgers may look to sign a new keeper when the transfer window opens in January.
Reina made a number of uncharacteristic errors last season, while he has already taken the blame for goals conceded against Manchester City, Hearts and Arsenal.
Rodgers was fortunate to have one of the most consistent performers in the Premier League last season in Michael Vorm, and Talksport has suggested that he could now be a target for Liverpool.
Despite the loss of form, the 30-year-old's agent, Manuel Garcia Quilon, has made it clear that Reina is not looking to leave Liverpool.
"There is no problem right now," Quillon told Italian website Calciomercato. "Pepe has played many games in the Liverpool shirt and is used to all kinds of rumours.
"It is clear he is not having an easy time because the team has not started the season well and liability is falling on him.
"But this will end when he returns to form. He still has four years to run on his contract and rumours of leaving Liverpool are just that - rumours."
Liverpool have struggled to adapt to the new philosophy of Rodgers and that has certainly affected the performance of the team, which is yet to win a Premier League game.
It is not just Reina who has made high profile errors, with Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger both giving away penalties in the first game of the season, before the Slovakian defender handed a goal to Manchester City when his backpass to Reina was easily intercepted by Carlos Tevez.