Pep Lijnders has rejected offers to stay at Liverpool
The Dutchman is said to have been offered the head coach role at Eredivisie strugglers Go Ahead Eagles, among other clubs.
Pep Lijnders works closely with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
But Lijnders, Liverpool's first-team development coach, insists he is fully committed to his job working closely with Reds manager Klopp.
"This is not the time to think about the next step and personal project," he told Dutch outlet Voetbal International.
"I know about the interest of several clubs and appreciate this, but timing is important, as well as loyalty to Liverpool and Jurgen.
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"My whole focus goes to assisting Jurgen. To compete in this intense Premier League, to fight for prizes and to give colour to the new generation of players.
"[Becoming head coach] is absolutely the ambition, but this season is probably too early.
"I am loyal and therefore it would be difficult to move away from Liverpool and this project with Jurgen after only one full year."