Kuyt happy to stay with Reds

09 July 2010 08:52
Dirk Kuyt has provided new Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson with a boost after pledging his long-term future to the club. The Netherlands World Cup star insists he has no plans to quit Anfield despite a lack of success during his time on Merseyside. The 29-year-old forward joined the Reds in 2006 but was recently linked with a move to Internazionale where he would be reunited with former manager Rafael Benitez. However, Kuyt insists he is happy at Anfield and not looking to move anywhere else. "Of course I want to stay. Liverpool is a great club with a great history," he said. "Unfortunately in my four years I haven't won anything but hopefully in the future, I will still have that chance. "We will have to see what happens but hopefully the manager wants me to stay. "I spoke to people at the club and I know he wants to speak with me. But it is very difficult at the moment because we are so busy and focus on what lies ahead."

Source: ESA