Christian Poulsen has admitted he will need to assess his future at Liverpool in the summer, despite saying he is happy and his family are settled on Merseyside.
Poulsen, signed by former boss Roy Hodgson last summer from Juventus for £4.5million, has struggled to make an impact at the club and lay down a first team place.
The Danish international midfielder was given a chance against Sparta Prague in the Europa League but failed to impressed, being replaced by Jay Spearing in the second half.
“You never know in football,” he told the Daily Star. “My family are really happy here and I am really happy.
“I’ve signed for three years, but let’s see after this season. It depends on a lot of things, but I’m happy to be here and happy at the club.
“There’s good support for the team and it’s understandable that new players who haven’t been here that long don’t have the credit from the start.”