Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge insists he has no concerns over his future after helping Jurgen Klopp's side consolidate their place in the Champions League qualification spots with a 4-0 win at West Ham.
Making his first Premier League start since January, Sturridge opened the scoring 35 minutes into Sunday's encounter at London Stadium, with a brace from Philippe Coutinho and a late effort from Divock Origi making sure of the points after the interval.
Sturridge – a fringe player since Klopp's arrival on Merseyside – has been linked with a move away from Anfield in the upcoming transfer window, but the England man was quick to dismiss the rumours.
"I don't have any worries about next season," Sturridge, who has been mooted as a target for West Ham, told Sky Sports.
"I have a good relationship with the manager and the fans have been brilliant.
"I'm just looking forward to the last game next week and getting the job done now."
Sturridge displayed the clinical edge the Reds have been lacking at times this term with his opener – a brilliant run and finish from Coutinho's pinpoint pass.
The 27-year-old has struggled for form and fitness this season and that was just his third league goal of the campaign, but Sturridge claims his sole focus is on helping Liverpool secure a top-four place.
5 - Daniel Sturridge has netted 5 goals in 7 PL apps v West Ham (0.7 per game), his best rate against any side (min 2 games). Hammered. — OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 14, 2017
"It was an important game for us. We had the right attitude and we got an important victory," he said.
"I feel sharp. I'm glad to be starting and providing chances for the boys.
"It is important to everyone at the club. It has been a good last few weeks for us, but we probably have not got as many points as we should. We rose to the occasion today."