Liverpool owner John W. Henry is still refusing to discuss the future of manager Kenny Dalglish.
Dalglish took charge of the Reds in January following the departure of Roy Hodgson, and he has guided the team to fifth in the Premier League table to keep them in the hunt for a European place.
Speculation continues to rumble on about whether or not the 60-year-old will remain in charge next season, and Henry is refusing to discuss the matter publicly.
The American told the Daily Mirror: “What is going on in that regard is private.
“It is something called the Liverpool way and you do these things behind closed doors.
“I am not going to talk about these things."
But Henry did take the time to praise Dalglish for helping turn around the team’s season following a dismal first half of their campaign.
He added: “(Dalglish) has done very well. It's all very positive.
“Someone was saying that people weren't happy here, but I think since that person left people are happier."