Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has refused to dismiss the possibility of Simon Mignolet leaving in the summer but does not see the Belgium international's future as something that should concern him for the time being.
It remains to be seen if Roma bow to Alisson's wish but their need to comply with Financial Fair Play could force them to listen to offers for the Brazilian in the summer, with Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid also believed to be interest in his services.
But off the back of a comfortable 2-0 weekend win over the Saints, and with their Champions League clash with Porto coming up on Wednesday, Karius believes that the 26-year-old Dutch worldwide is starting to hit his stride. "We had a little talk before the game, asking him what he thought " "No, I'm fine, boss".
"There were a few really good saves, important saves, good decisions - really smart decisions with quick restarts and stuff like that".
"At the moment, they're performing extremely well - it's just positions they could improve on".
Loris Karius save percentage is higher than Simon Mignolet in the Premier League this season
And when asked if Mignolet's recent lack of involvement meant he could be on his way out at Anfield, Klopp was coy in his response.
"He did really well and dealt with the situation fantastically", Klopp told reporters.
"In this business it's always the same. I have to make a decision for tomorrow night, that's all".
"To be honest I have not made the final decision", Klopp said. "I had a chat with him and said 'Enjoy yourself, because I don't think you'll be here long, ' " Lennon said. "That's all. That's what I will do, no problem".
The right-back has not featured at all this season, although he was recently named in Liverpool's squad for the knockout rounds of the Champions League.