The Spaniard's uncertain future after three-and-a-half years at the club is high on the agenda as co-chairmen Tom Hicks and George Gillett hold a summit meeting in the U.S. with chief executive Rick Parry.
He was keen to deny weekend speculation that he considers himself a 'dead man walking' at Liverpool, particularly to reassure fans who he felt backed him so strongly in the dispute with Hicks and Gillett.
Benitez told the Liverpool Echo: "I was shocked when I was told about the stories and when I saw them for myself I was even more surprised.
"I don't know how many times I have to say I only see my future at Liverpool Football Club before certain people believe me.
"But I will say it again, because it is really important that everyone understands this - I love the club, I love the fans, I love the city and I am very, very happy here.
"The fact that they said the stories had come from a source close to me is what disappoints me most.'
He added: "I want to completely commit myself to Liverpool Football Club. I do not want to go anywhere else. I want to win trophies for my club and for our fans and I still believe we can do this.
"The backing of the supporters has been fantastic. As I walked on to the pitch at Luton on Sunday, the fans were singing my name and that means so much to me. That is why I want to achieve even more."