Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has refused to dismiss the talks of him managing Bayern Munich but insists he is happy at Anfield for now.
The coaching job could be up for grabs in the summer as current Bayern manager Niko Kovac is under pressure.
Klopp would almost certainly be a target for the German giants given the job he has done at Anfield this season and his previous pedigree with Dortmund in the Bundesliga.
He did not rule out returning to his native soil one day when asked about managing Bayern by German newspaper Die Welt.
“I have a contract at Liverpool until 2022. And no one here has the feeling that we should end it – neither from the side of the owner nor my side,” he said.
“I do not know. There's a long way to go.
“Basically, football is like this: The opportunity has to be right, and the timing has to be right.
“But I'm totally happy here and do not feel like I'm finished here. Our team has a good age structure and we can work together for a while.”
Liverpool are still fighting on two fronts and will resume their Champions League campaign when they face Porto in the first leg of their quarter-final at Anfield on Tuesday night.
They go into the clash top of the Premier League although title rivals Manchester City are only two points behind and have a game in hand.
Klopp hailed his players' fighting spirit after they came from behind to beat Southampton 3-1 on Friday and insists they will do everything they can to win both competitions.
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