Liverpool transfer target Virgil van Dijk has admitted he has 'no regrets' over his behaviour this summer and that he hopes a chance to leave Southampton could emerge in January.
The Dutchman was Jurgen Klopp's top transfer target as he looked to strengthen his defence in the summer window, and in early June it emerged that Van Dijk was keen on a move to Anfield.
However Liverpool were then accused by Southampton of tapping up the 26-year-old, which led to the Reds pulling out of the race to sign him and issuing a public apology to the Saints.Van Dijk would then hand in a transfer request and train alone in an attempt to force through a move, but to no avail.
Many Liverpool fans held out hope that the Reds could resurrect a deal for Van Dijk, only for the transfer window to close with the £50m-rated defender still at St Mary's.
However, upon joining up with the Dutch national team this week, Van Dijk has reportedly confirmed his desire to leave Southampton in January.He told Fox Sports: “I have no regrets.