Liverpool forward Milan Jovanovic is hoping to remain at Anfield.
Serb Jovanovic has found first-team chances hard to come by since arriving on a free transfer from Standard Liege in the summer, and the changes in management have not helped his cause.
The 29-year-old was signed by Rafael Benitez before his departure and was used sparingly by Roy Hodgson, and new boss Kenny Dalglish handed Jovanovic a surprise starting spot for the recent defeat at Blackpool before leaving him out of the team for the Merseyside derby.
Yet despite his sporadic appearances for the first team this season, Jovanovic insists he is willing to fight for his place.
He told Sport newspaper: “I know that I am quite cheap for the club as they got me as a free agent, but I really don't like the media stories over my loaning elsewhere.
“I want to stay at Liverpool. I am a fighter by nature and I want to earn my place here, I will do everything to prove my value.”
He added: “From the clubs mentioned in the press, I don't want to go to Trabzon in Turkey, while on Fiorentina speculation, no-one had contacted me from there.
“I cannot rule out a possible loan until the end of the season, but as the club is not mentioning it, I really hope that I will stay.”