Udinese veteran Antonio di Natale has avoided questions about his axing on the weekend.

The striker was dropped from the squad for Sunday's 0-0 draw with Genoa following a locker-room row.

"I am thinking only about tomorrow and will not answer questions on anything else, especially that subject," said Di Natale in the Press conference.

"For us playing in a stadium like Anfield Road will be a wonderful experience in a fantastic atmosphere and I think it might be my last chance to give my best in a game of this level. It's one of the most important stages in European football.

"Fabio Borini is a talent and already impressed at Roma last season. He is the future of the Italy attack.

"We hope to play well and bring home a good result, which means making the most of those chances that Liverpool allow."