Luis Suarez has admitted that he never gave any thought to a late summer move away from Anfield, according to Sky Sports.
The Uruguay international had been strongly expected to leave Liverpool after public stating that he desired a transfer though only Arsenal made an official approach, with both of their bids for the 26 year old rejected out of hand.
However, Suarez believes that the matter has been closed for some time, and is looking forward to working with the team going forward.
The Guardian have reported that Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed his plans to use Suarez as a wide player when he returns from suspension, due to Daniel Sturridge’s outstanding form leading the line.
The England international has grabbed the match winner in all three of the clubs league games so far this season, which has fired them to the top of the Premier League going into the international break.
It remains to be seen whether Sturridge will feature for England in either of their forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers as he attempts to shake of a thigh injury, though Glen Johnson has withdrawn from the squad in a bid to return to fitness for the trip to Swansea City a week on Monday.