Liverpool’s 300 game man Pepe Reina has shocked fans by hinting at a possible switch of clubs in the summer, with the star goalkeeper hopeful of winning titles before he retires.
"We have to strengthen," Reina told the Daily Star of Liverpool’s current form. "If we want to improve then we have to do that.
"It is our duty to be strong, to get better.
"The only thing I can do is train and do my best. Who knows if I have got years left?”
The goalkeeper has been at Liverpool since 2005, and last week chalked 300 games on the board for the Merseyside club. But Liverpool are currently sitting sixth on the Barclays Premier League table, and are facing the possibility of not even qualifying for Europe next season after being knocked out by Braga in this year’s Europa League campaign.
"It's not about being patient. It's about the club winning and I want to be competitive," Reina added.
"We used to fight to be among the top team and be in the Champions League.
"Sadly that's not the case now. I want to win titles,” the Liverpool goalkeeper said.