Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish on Thursday urged the FA to wrap up their investigation of alleged racist abuse by Luis Suarez against Manchester United fullback Patrice Evra.
The FA has yet to issue its verdict on Evra's allegations, nearly three weeks after they emerged in the aftermath of Liverpool's 1-1 draw with United at Anfield.
Suarez has categorically denied the allegations while United have stated they are fully behind French international Evra.
Dalglish however is anxious to draw a line under the affair as quickly as possible.
"The FA have been here and spoken to us," said Dalglish.
"Our philosophy and desire has not changed whatsoever - we want it resolved as quickly as it possibly can be and want the perpetrator punished.
"I don't think we need to add any more than that."
An FA spokesman said the governing body did not expect a verdict on the investigation this week.