Liverpool centre-back Daniel Agger has put his future at Anfield into question whilst speaking to the Danish media.
In an interview that was quoted by The Daily Mirror, Agger obviously felt that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers does not value him highly enough, given that he did not start in some of Liverpool's biggest encounters last season.
He is worried that he is only the third-choice centre-half for Rodgers, as he found himself on the bench with Mamadou Sakho being preferred towards the end of the season.
Agger was asked whether he will remain at Liverpool next season, to which he replied: "I don't know. That's up to the manager. I can't go and put myself on the team sheet."
The 29-year-old added: "It definitely wasn't great to be left out, but I don't make the decisions. I think it is because the manager doesn't think that I'm good enough.
"I'm not thinking about my future. Now my focus is on the next international games with Denmark. Then I'm looking forward to a long five-week holiday. My body and mind need to relax."
Agger, who has played at Anfield for eight-and-a-half years after arriving on Merseyside from Brondby, has only made 23 appearances for Liverpool this season.
If he were to bid farewell to Anfield before the start of the 2014/15 campaign, Italian outfit Napoli - who are now managed by former Liverpool and Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez - said to be interested in a potential move his his signature.
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