The manager is not concerned about the Real Madrid target leaving.
Perhaps the best performer of the current Premier League season has been Liverpool forward Luis Suarez and the South American has been linked with moves away as a result.
There was controversy surrounding the 26-year-old over the summer when Suarez looked ready to leave Anfield and then the attacker missed six matches of the new campaign due to a ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
Yet since returning to the first team the Uruguay international has been in sensational form, scoring 17 league goals already for the Reds.
This has led to much speculation that the striker would be leaving the club, as Real Madrid emerged as the favourites to snap up Suarez.
However, manager Brendan Rodgers insists that the Merseyside outfit are not concerned about the Uruguayan leaving and want to build the team around the player.
“There is nothing to report on that,” Rodgers said in relation to Suarez’s contract, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo.
“Contractually, with any players, it is private so at the minute he is just focusing on his football.
“Of course he is a player we want to keep here and build the team around in the coming years.
“I just think he is in a good place, his family is in a good place and long may it continue.”
The Reds have been in great form themselves so far in 2013/14, sitting just two points behind leaders Arsenal after 16 matches.
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