Real Betis defender Riza Durmisi has said he is aware of reported Liverpool interest in him.
Left-back Durmisi has been linked with a move to Anfield in recent weeks, with James Milner and Alberto Moreno currently the only options in that position for Jurgen Klopp.
The 23-year-old Denmark international said he would listen to any offer from a club of Liverpool's stature but added that he was not sure how concrete the interest was.
"I don't know how practical it is," the Liverpool Echo reported him as saying.
"There will always be a lot of talk when you are playing in one of the world's best leagues. However, it should not of course change my focus on fighting for Betis.
"I am already at a big club, so I am in no way desperate to get away.
"If other clubs are ready to pay, and if Betis will sell me, I will of course listen to the offer. This applies to Liverpool. Anything else would be idiocy."
Durmisi played alongside former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger at Brondby and spoke to him about life on Merseyside.
He added: "We talked about how it was to be in Liverpool, but it's not something we've talked about this time.
"Agger thinks that Liverpool is the world's biggest club, and that's why he was there for over eight years. If Liverpool's interest is concrete, I shall talk to Agger first."