Liverpool´s Spanish football manager Rafael Benitez has assured fans that he intends to stay at Anfield.
The former Valencia boss will sit down with the club's co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett this weekend after the Premiership clash against Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday. Liverpool are rated at 3/2 to win the game.
"I am very happy in Liverpool and I would like to be here for many more years," Benitez said to Spanish reporters this week.
The meeting could potentially be explosive following the hullaballoo over the Anfield bosses spending plans.
Benitez visibly seething following suggestions from owners that he should concentrate on training and coaching and leave money matters to others.
Liberpool fans will be hoping that all concerned can sit down and sort out their differences.
Said Benitez: "We have had some disagreements with the owners at a professional level, but when we meet and talk everything will be cleared up and it will be seen as a simple misunderstanding.
"We all want the same thing which is the best for Liverpool and as such I am sure that we will understand each other well."
The Liverpool boss highlighted the pressure managers are now under these days.
He said: "Maybe there is more pressure. They (the directors) look for quicker and better results because there are people who are investing a lot of money. This possibly makes the owners a little more nervous."