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Suso has revealed he is close to committing his future to Liverpool by signing an extension to his current contract.
The Spanish teenager has been part of the set-up at Anfield since 2009 and has forced his way into the first-team picture under Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool are understandably keen to see him prolong an agreement which is due to expire at the end of the season, and the highly-rated playmaker says he is close to putting pen to paper.
"The fans can relax. Everything's fine. I hope to sign the contract as soon as possible," he said in the Liverpool Echo.
"We have been talking about a contract since the start of the season. We're nearly there - we'll sign soon.
"I'm happy here, very comfortable. This is the ideal club for me in every sense. This is like a dream for me.
"Brendan Rodgers is a coach that if you prove to him that you can perform, if you work hard, he has no problem in putting young players in the team. I have started three times and things are going well."