Fernando Torres has rejected talk he could quit Liverpool and has called for fans to get behind the squad and new manager Kenny Dalglish.
The Reds' star striker has been linked with a move away from Anfield following a poor season which has seen Roy Hodgson replaced by fans' favourite Dalglish.
The former Atletico Madrid man has been linked with an improbable switch to arch-rivals Manchester United, something he has quickly poured cold water over.
The 26-year-old marksman is contracted to the Merseysiders until the summer of 2013, with the option of a further year, and he insists he will see out his deal.
Torres admits the Reds have endured a below-par campaign and has called on everyone who supports the club to give their backing in a bid to turn around their season.
"More than ever, we need to stick together," he told The People. "We must live in the present, from match to match.
"We need to add more points, win matches and improve our standing in the table.
"That is our challenge and I demand the total help of our supporters in doing that.
"My head is in Liverpool and on helping save our season. I am professional and I always fulfil my deals.
"I haven't considered leaving, although in football that depends on the club.
"Liverpool had a lot of success under Rafa Benitez and that is difficult for anyone to follow.
"Even if the ball hasn't always dropped our way this season, we have missed out in a lot of matches."