Liverpool winger Adam Hammill wants to prove himself at Anfield, but has not ruled out a return to Barnsley next season.
The 21-year-old made 14 appearances for Simon Davey's side last season and scored a crucial goal in the last-day win at Plymouth before heading back to the north west.
Hammill told the Star: "I've heard a lot of rumours that there are quite a few clubs interested in me, which is flattering, but I've never taken interest in those stories.
"All I know is that I've been told to return to training with Liverpool on July 6 and then hopefully I'll get a chance to chat to the manager and discuss my future.
"I really enjoyed my time with Barnsley. It was probably one of the best loan spells I've had. I'd really consider going back there."
He added: "I've always said I want to be a Liverpool player.
It's been a dream of mine since I was a kid, but because it's such a big club it's always going to be difficult to break into the first team. I'll have to see what happens."