"I think he wants the Arsenal job".
On facing unbeaten league leaders Liverpool, Silva added: 'When you play at Anfield it is a fantastic atmosphere to play in.
Leicester's next game is against bottom club Watford on Wednesday. I made a change nine months ago and I have been very happy since I came here.
He sparked further speculation yesterday when he suggested there could be a clause in his contract which would allow him leave the club, but has backed down on that this afternoon, reaffirming his happiness at the Kingpower Stadium.
"The club has been first class with me". The supporters have a lot of affection for me and I try to give back all this affection as much as possible on the pitch.
"Of course I have sympathy because I know how hard the life of a manager can be", Klopp added. I try to sweat blood and tears for this club.
"But the last thing Marco needs now is that I feel sorry for him - I don't".
The confirmation comes after director of football Marcel Brands revealed on Friday a new deal was in place for the 22-year-old, who has praised Silva for his development in English football.
"He has my trust and the trust of the whole group".
"Certainly, between now and then, we have to look at what is and isn't possible", he continued.
Tasked with breaking the dominance of the "Big Six", Rodgers has not only taken advantage of Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur losing their way but his side are three points ahead of Manchester City with the league's best goal difference.
"Now it is time to continue the focus and to make the fans happy".
Against Everton, who ended Leicester's run of four league clean sheets when Richarlison headed them in front, they have to graft.
"Names will get thrown right, left and centre".
Dean has dished out 52 cards in the 11 Premier League matches that he has officiated this season - an average of 4.7 cards per-game - and I wouldn't be surprised to see Everton revert to the dark arts whilst attempting to tame Klopp's troops. I think we were in the game.