The agent of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has rubbished suggestions that the German could step down from his Anfield post this summer.
Klopp has guided Liverpool to Premier League and Champions League success over the past couple of years, but he has overseen a dismal campaign on Merseyside this time around, as the Reds have been knocked out of Europe and have already relinquished their top-flight crown.
Liverpool's poor fortunes have led to speculation that Klopp could seek pastures new at the end of the season, but his agent Marc Kosicke has ruled out the possibility of the 53-year-old leaving.
When asked by Sky Sport Germany if Klopp would still be in control of the reins next season, Kosicke responded: "Absolutely! No discussion."
Klopp was originally linked with the Germany job when it was announced that Joachim Low would step down later this year, but outgoing Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick is thought to have agreed to the national team job.
Liverpool find themselves seventh in the Premier League table following an injury-hit season, seven points off the top four with a game in hand on the teams above them.