Liverpool midfielder Christan Poulsen has hinted he is hopeful of finding another club within the transfer window, as Kenny Dalglish faces selection headaches with a plethora of midfielders to choose from.
"My future needs to be resolved in August and preferably as soon as possible," Poulsen told Danish television station TV2.
"I have to get to play matches regularly. It's obvious that I would really like to play football."
Poulsen signed for Liverpool last August, but has only made 12 appearances for the side since. Over the summer, the 31-year-old was unsure where his future lied, but with purchases of midfielders Stewart Downing, Charlie Adam and Jordan Henderson, the star looks set to make a move elsewhere.
According to the Daily Mail, Poulsen would fetch about £1.5 million for Liverpool, which could be used to invest in young talent or wages for big signings.
Liverpool are yet to sell any players this summer, other than Paul Konchesky, and have so far spent in excess of £50 million since the transfer window opened up.