Cape Town - Liverpool's Danish centre-back Daniel Agger has thrown his Anfield future into the spotlight after admitting his unhappiness over his limited role last season.
Unable to force his way into Brendan Rodgers' good books, the Danish international may look to a move away from the Reds.
Agger, who's progress last season was hindered by several injuries, only made 16 Premier League starts for the Reds as they stumbled in their bid to win the English Premiership title.
Rodgers is keen to keep Agger at the club, who enter the Champions League for the first time in five seasons.
The manager is well aware that he will need to increase his squad size due to the demands that domestic and European football will place on his team.
"It is no secret that I had problems last season and I am considering things," Agger told Danish newspaper BT.
Agger refused to rule out a return to Brondby, the side he joined from in 2006, by saying "Many things can happen in football and I do not want to exclude anything".