Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp says he is not thinking about signing a new long-term contract at Anfield, adding that any talk over an extension will be put on the back burner until at least 2020.
The former Borussia Dortmund head coach signed a six-year deal in 2016 just one year after he was first appointed as Brendan Rodgers' successor.
But Klopp is adamant that he will not follow the trend of first-team players signing new deals this season, the most recent of which was Trent Alexander-Arnold, but instead will wait until after the 2019/20 season to discuss his future.
"I would be really happy if they didn't come now because I don't want to think about it," Klopp said, quoted by the Liverpool Echo.
"I have a long time, there will be a lot of changes before [the end of my contract] but I don't want to think about it at the moment. I am completely in this year and next year and then we will see."
However, Liverpool's manager refused to be drawn into speculation surrounding Wagner, jokingly adding that he is envious that Wagner can now take a sabbatical until the end of the season.
"Dave is a manager and we don't need a manager," he added. "I would love to work with him someday but we are too young for that and he is especially too young.
"That we share a kind of office, there is no reason for that and I am really happy for him for the next five months he can have a holiday. I am a bit jealous as well but happy for him!"