AFC Bournemouth defender Nathaniel Clyne says he won’t be thinking about his future until the end of the season.
The Liverpool Echo write that Clyne is on loan at the Cherries from Liverpool until the end of the 2018/19 campaign.
The 27-year-old has made five Premier League starts since linking up with the south coast club in January after finding his game time limited at Anfield.
The right-back, who moved to Liverpool from Southampton for £12.5m in 2015, has one year left on his Merseyside deal and looks set to be sold in the summer in order to avoid losing him for free in 2020.
The 14-cap England international clearly has the ability to play in the Premier League but was not keen to discuss his future when asked about it.
I haven’t really spoken (to Klopp) or thought about what’s going to happen at the end of the season. I’m just concentrating on playing football right now and staying match fit and improving. I am starting to get my rhythm back and that comes with playing matches – and its part of the reason I came here. I always relish playing against the big teams and putting on big performances. It shows your character.
Clyne will be looking to start for Eddie Howe’s men when they travel to North London to take on Arsenal tomorrow night.