Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has admitted Craig Bellamy could be leaving the club.
Bellamy's future has been the subject of speculation for some time with a number of clubs believed to keen on signing the Welsh international.
The former Newcastle striker struggled to hold down a place in Benitez's side last season and the arrival of Fernando Torres has pushed Bellamy further down the pecking order at Anfield.
Benitez admitted a number of clubs have expressed an interest in Bellamy but he insists Peter Crouch will be going nowhere.
Asked if Bellamy will be leaving, Benitez said: "Possibly. We have some clubs asking about him and it's a possibility."
When asked if he had a future, Benitez jokingly asked: "I take it you mean Torres?" and when corrected with Bellamy's name, Benitez raised his eyebrows and added: "I'm very happy with Torres."
He went on: "Bellamy is our player at the moment but there is a new player here now. The only thing I can say is that Crouch will be staying with us. I have said to Crouch that he must fight for his position and he will stay with us."
Benitez also played down rumours linking him with a move for Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze.
The Spaniard says he is looking at bringing in wide players rather than defenders.
"Really we are working with wingers," added Benitez. "People can talk about a lot of things and a lot of names but we're working on wingers."