Former Liverpool striker, who now plays for Serie A giants AC Milan, Suso has failed to rule out a possible return to Anfield in the nearest future.
The 24-year-old striker was allowed to leave the Reds in the 2014-15 season after failing to establish himself as a force to reckon with in the Premier side.
Having joined the San Siro outfits in 2015, Suso became an integral part of the team, scoring and assisting goals aplenty.
In the just concluded season, the £35m-rated striker featured in 50 matches in all competitions, scoring eight goals and assisting 14 goals in the process.
In an interview with The Guardian, Suso admits that he is not surprised with the rumours linking him with a return to the Anfield Stadium next season.
He, however, reaffirmed his happiness at San Siro, claiming that he is not going anywhere in the nearest future.
“When there are rumours about me leaving I reiterate that I am happy here and I think the club is with me,” Suso told the Guardian.
The Spaniard, however, failed to shut the door on a possible return to the ‘special’ Premier League in the future.
According to the striker, Liverpool is like home to him. The Merseyside club is the place where he grew up and it will be a thing of joy to return back to Liverpool later in his career.
“Premier League football is different, I would call it special: I would like to play for Liverpool again some day. I grew up there and it is a big club,” he said.
It was reported via Italian media outlet, Calciomercato in January that Jurgen Klopp is looking at the prospect of re-signing Suso from Milan during the last winter market.
He might reignite his desire to bring the star striker to Merseyside in the summer.