Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists Pepe Reina will stay at the club and that the goalkeeper won't be sold to Arsenal or Manchester United
Reina earlier this week hinted that he could consider his future if Liverpool fail to at least qualify for the Champions League.
Both Arsenal and United are believed to be interested in the 28-year-old, who reportedly has a £20million release clause in his contract.
But speaking on Friday, caretaker boss Dalglish said he was confident that the Spain international would remain at the club.
"We have a fantastic goalkeeper and he will be here for a long, long time," said Dalglish.
"The Champions League is what everyone here wants to get to. For us it's only been a year where we've not had it and that's what we want to get back.
"It should be the same for every player, we should all be aiming for that."
Earlier this week, the Daily Mail reported that Liverpool would sell Reina providing his £20m release clause was met.
Speculation over Reina's future has been renewed after he told a Spanish radio station of interest from Manchester United: "[Edwin] Van der Sar will hang up his gloves in the summer so of course they are looking.
"I can't do anything. I can't say anything logically as I have a contract with Liverpool.
"Of course one likes to fight for titles and be in a team that does that.
"We always fought to be in the Champions League and try to win the title.
"But unfortunately it hasn't been the case in the last couple of years."