Defender reveals future plans
Liverpool defender Daniel Agger insists he is happy to stay at the club and would be willing to discuss a new contract.
The Denmark international has made more than 100 appearances for the Merseysiders since signing from Brondby in the summer of 2006.
The 27-year-old could have made many more starts in a Red shirt had it not been a string of injuries, including a persistent back complaint.
Despite his injury woes he has emerged as one of Liverpool's best defenders and his displays during the tail end of last season, as well as in a Denmark shirt at Euro 2012, fuelled speculation that a number of Champions League clubs were interested in signing him.
Manchester City and Real Madrid were two of the names linked with Agger; clubs who could offer him both Champions League football and the chance to compete for league titles.
However, speaking to the Danish media after his country's exit from Euro 2012, Agger dismissed speculation he was looking to leave and revealed he would in fact like to extend his stay on Merseyside.
"It's no secret that I'm happy to be in Liverpool. Otherwise, I had not been there for six years," he told sporten.dk.
"I have not [discussed a new contract], but if they come with an offer, I will surely sit down and talk with them.
"It's not something that is urgent, for I have contract until 2014, but if they ask, so I listen."