CSKA Moscow playmaker Keisuke Honda has revealed his frustration with his current situation, swelling rumours of a move to Liverpool, report Goal.com.
The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from CSKA since his stunning performances for Japan in the 2010 World Cup.
And with the summer transfer window approaching, Honda is seeking to his nightmare Moscow stay, with Liverpool a possible designation.
"It's agonising - I can't stay like this," Honda said.
"I said I wanted Japan to win the World Cup bid. I was MVP at the Asian Cup in January but I'm still not happy with things.
"Right now I'm in a rut still being at CSKA. This wasn't what I planned.
"If I don't accept it, I can't live my life. But if I get too used to my circumstances I'll come to a halt - that scares me."
Liverpool are expected to make several big money signings after securing the services of Jordan Henderson for £16 million this week.
And with Liverpool favourites to land Honda, Kenny Dalglish may further improve relationships between the club and their sponsors Standard Chartered, who stated the club should look to bring in more Asian imports.
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