Rafael Benitez is confident there will be no issues over a contract extension for Jamie Carragher.
The Reds stalwart played his 600th game for the club against Portsmouth yesterday afternoon and the boss was quick to pour cold water on any suggestions the number 23 won't be offered a new deal.
"I read an interview with him yesterday and I was surprised because he didn't ask for a new contract," he said. "He has 18 months still on his contract. He is clever and knows we analyse things differently when players are over 30 years old. But we are really pleased with him. I don't see any problem if he continues to play at the same level.
"He is someone who trains at 100 per cent. That is very good for the mentality of the team. He is also someone who can set an example.
"I have a fantastic relationship with him and his agent. Everything is okay so we don't have any problems."
He added: "It's amazing that in modern football you can play 600 games for the same team. He is a local player and it's amazing. He is a good example for the younger players and gives 100 per cent in every training session. He is a fantastic figure."