Harry Redknapp insists he is "loyal to Spurs" and would be keen to extend his contract at the club, despite reports linking him with Liverpool.[LNB] Redknapp has been mooted as a successor to Rafael Benitez, who left Liverpool last week, after guiding Spurs to fourth place in the Premier League last season and a coveted qualifying place for the Champions League.[LNB]The 63-year-old told ESPN Soccernet: "I am not being presumptuous turning down Liverpool, because I haven't been offered the job and haven't spoken to anyone about it.[LNB]"There is no need, as I have one year left on my contract at Tottenham and I am not thinking about anything other than being at White Hart Lane next season.[LNB]"I can tell you that I have not been offered a new contract, but that doesn't mean I am looking to move on - far from it.[LNB]"I am loyal to Spurs, I want to stay at Spurs and I have a contract with Spurs, and I'd be happy to sign a new contract at Spurs if I was offered one, but in any case I have one year on my contract."