Swansea's Ghanaian player Andre Ayew has hinted of a move away from the Welsh outfit in the future.
The former BBC African Footballer of the year winner, who joined the Jacks in the summer from French side Marseille, has been linked to a possible move to Liverpool in the upcoming transfer window following an impressive start to life in the English Premier League.
“Things are said, but I am not thinking about that (moving away from Swansea), it does not interest me,” Ayew told L’Equipe.
“I want to continue to progress individually and collectively. I am happy at Swansea.
"I am not ruling anything out at all. If everything comes together, why not? I will see what the future holds for me.”
Ayew has so far scored five times in 11 league appearances for Swansea who currently sit 13th on the league table.
The former Lorient man found the back of the net against Chelsea, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Tottenham and Aston Villa.
He added: "In any case, once you get a taste of the Premier League I understand why, now, one struggles to play anywhere other than in this league, and it is not solely for financial reasons.”
Following his brilliant start, Ayew was named the Premier League Player for August, the Best African Player in the Premier League for August, as well as Swansea City Player for the same month and this has made him a good target for clubs like Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool where Klopp is said to be an admirer.
Ayew also shortlisted for the Professional Footballers Association Player for the month of September.