Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun says he has received several offers from other clubs, but insists that he is happy to stay at Anfield next season.
The 29-year-old Israel international has scored 20 goals in 89 appearances for the Reds, often having to be content with a place on the subs bench.
However, he told an Israeli radio station: "This has been the best season of my career. I have played a lot of games and scored some important goals and I am very happy with that.
"At the moment I am a Liverpool player and unless something surprising happens, I will remain one.
"But after such a good season, I have had some offers from England and Spain.
"You have to give that some consideration, so there will probably be some discussions with Liverpool.
"I have had a great two years at Anfield and enjoyed every minute. The good thing is I have been playing more recently and I hope it continues that way.
"To be honest, it could be Real Madrid knocking on my door and I would still rather stay at Liverpool for four more years."