Andriy Voronin is set to return to Anfield in a couple of weeks after his season long loan at Hertha Berlin ended.
And whilst Benitez may be keen to listen to offers for the Ukrainian – the player himself has warned that he has no intention to quit just yet.
Speaking to the media in Kiev he said:
‘It wasn’t a bad season in Germany but now I am coming back to conquer England.
‘I’m a person who likes to face new challenges. It’s time to prove to myself and to those people who think I can score a lot of goals only in Bundesliga, that it’s not so.
‘Liverpool is one of the world’s strongest clubs. To play for it is a great honour for any footballer.
‘I know it’s not going to be easy but I feel ready for a real fight to get into the first choice team.’
Liverpool have so far failed to land striking cover for Torres following the departure of Robbie Keane. Andriy joined Liverpool on a free transfer in 2007.