The £35 million striker's struggles in front of goal since arriving at Anfield have been well-documented, but his representative plays down reports that he will quit the club
The 23-year-old has scored just six goals for the Reds since making a £35 million move to Kenny Dalglish’s side in January 2011, leading some to speculate that a return his previous employers could be on the cards.
However, Mark Curtis, the England man’s representative, told BBC Sport: “[Carroll] is happy at Liverpool.”
Goal.com also understands that currently no contact has been made between the Anfield side and the Magpies over a possible transfer.
Carroll’s goals for the club have come in 31 matches since arriving in Merseyside as a replacement for Fernando Torres, who joined Chelsea in a £50m deal.
The Reds are currently sixth in the Premier League table, just one point ahead of Newcastle.