Reds star won't rule out Arsenal switch
Nuri Sahin says it is far too early to say whether he will make his move from Real Madrid permanent as he looks to make his debut.
The Turkey international moved to Anfield on a season-long loan after Liverpool managed to fight off competition from Arsenal for the midfielder's signature.
Should the temporary switch go well then the Reds have first option on the 23-year-old if they want to make the deal permanent.
Arsenal are still thought to be keen on Sahin and reports had suggested the former Borussia Dortmund ace would prefer a move to London if the chance came up.
Sahin says he hasn't even begun to think about his future long-term and insists it is too early to say whether he will remain at Liverpool beyond the end of this season.
"If I said now I wanted to stay here that wouldn't be fair on Real Madrid, if I said I wanted to leave here next summer that wouldn't be fair on Liverpool," said Sahin.
"I can't promise anything as you never know what will happen in football. When I arrived at Madrid I signed for six years and I thought I would stay there for all that time.
"After this season we will take the best decision for my career."
Sahin went on to say that he is fully fit and hopes he can make his debut against Arsenal on Sunday.