Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has assured supporters he won’t be leaving the club any time soon.
The 27-year-old has recently been tipped to make a return to Anfield amid Liverpool’s struggles at the back.
Some Liverpool fans had clamoured for his return, and Liverpool legends Mark Lawrenson (The Argus) and John Aldridge (Sunday People) have also both suggested him as a target.
The Reds are without Virgil van Dijk an Joe Gomez, with Joel Matip’s injury record far from perfect.
Jurgen Klopp has had to field Fabinho at centre-half, and youngsters Nat Phillips and Rhys Williams have also had to contribute.
Coady left Liverpool in 2014 to join Huddersfield Town where he spent on season before joining Wolves in a £2 million deal (BBC Sport).
The star has proven to be exceptional business, and has made 256 appearances for the club to date.
On his own future, Coady told the Super 6 podcast: “I’ve grown to love this football club since the day I joined.
“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.”
Coady was never going anywhere
As Coady says, it was an easy thing to put out there.
Him being a former Liverpool player and them lacking options at the back at the moment was always going to lead to transfer links.
But Coady signed a new deal back in September which is a clear indication he is in it for the long haul at Molineux.
The star knows the club have helped him to become a household name, and clearly loves it as much it and the fans love him.