Milan Baros has confirmed that Valencia are trying to tempt him away from Liverpool.

The Czech Republic striker, 23, started for Liverpool in their Champions League final victory over AC Milan.

But he is one of a number of players from that team who may move on this summer, and Valencia look to be favourites for his signature.

There have also been suggestions that Fiorentina, whose interest would probably wane should they be relegated to Serie B this weekend, and a number of Premiership clubs are keen on the player who finished as top scorer at Euro 2004.

Baros told Czech newspaper Sport: "There is an offer from Valencia, some other clubs are also interested and there is also a possibility that I will stay in Liverpool. To tell the truth, I would be glad to go to Valencia, but equally glad to stay in Liverpool. So we will see. 

Baros made way for Djibril Cisse late in the second half as Liverpool went on to prevail on penalties against Milan.

Despite missing out on the chance to participate in the penalty shoot-out, Baros was fully involved in the post-match celebrations.

He relished the open-top bus ride through Liverpool with the trophy, adding: "I have never experienced anything like this and I will never experience it again. It was something fantastic."