Brendan Rodgers has said he has no intention of selling Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina.
Liverpool have been linked with a January move for Birmingham goalkeeper Jack Butland, casting doubt over the long-term future of Spain international Reina, who has struggled for form in recent months.
But Rodgers was adamant that Reina, who regained his place in the first team after suffering an injury and being replaced by deputy Brad Jones, would not be going anywhere.
He said: "What is worth putting on record is that I'm not looking for another goalkeeper. We have been linked with lots of goalkeepers, but I have two very good goalkeepers - Pepe Reina and Brad Jones, who is a very capable number two. So any areas we will look to improve will be in other areas."
The Liverpool boss emphasised that he had complete faith in Reina, describing him as "clearly our number one goalkeeper and one of the best goalkeepers in the league".
He added: "His best years are ahead of him, and his commitment to the cause and what we are trying to achieve is 150%. He has taken on board himself to do a lot of work to get in the best possible state he can be in physically and mentally.
"I can see him starting to get back to the level he set here, which was a really high standard, and hopefully that continues.''
Reina is expected to be in the line-up for the Reds' crunch final Europa League Group A tie away to Udinese on Thursday, where a defeat would eliminate them from the competition.
However, a win would guarantee their place in the next round and a point would do so too - - so long as Young Boys do not beat Anzhi Makhachkala.
Rodgers said: "It is very important for us. It is a competition we all want to do well in. Ultimately, we go into the match with it in our hands, and we will look to get the result which takes us through."
Top scorer Luis Suarez, suspended for the club's next Premier League game, away to West Ham, will also start.
Information from the Press Association was used in this report