Youngster on Reds future
Goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi says he is keen to stay at Liverpool and fight for his place, after being recalled to Anfield last week.
The Hungarian shot-stopper had been sent out on loan to Championship outfit Hull City at the start of the season, but lost his place in the Tigers first team after picking up an injury. Gulacsi though was called back to Merseyside when Pepe Reina and Alexander Doni picked up suspensions and the 21-year-old was among the substitutes for the FA Cup semi-final victory over Everton. With Reina now expected to return between the posts for the home clash with West Brom on Sunday, Brad Jones is likely to act as back-up to the Spanish international. Gulacsi, a Hungarian Under-21 international, accepts a first-team chance this season is not possible, but still has hopes of extending his stay at Anfield. He said: "There is no real chance for me to play in the first team this season. When I came back I attended a few training sessions, but everything and everybody was focused on the semi-final. "I would like to play in the second team, but I could not say anything about this yet. I hope that I will get a chance, particularly as football is unpredictable and things can change quickly."