The Reds chief has oversaw the arrivals of big-money captures Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in January, and he is already lining up his summer arrivals.
However, Dalglish is full confident Liverpool maintain a presence in English football that means they will attract the calibre of players they want - whether they are competing in European competition or not.
"I've heard people say us not playing in Europe means we won't be an attractive proposition for some players. I disagree," Dalglish wrote in his column for LFC Weekly.
"The history and tradition of this club makes us attractive whether we are or aren't involved in European competition.
"If a player thinks otherwise we are better off without him."