Jamie Carragher has admitted he will have to hold talks with manager Brendan Rodgers about whether he stays at Liverpool next season.
Carragher, who turns 35 later this month, is out of contract in the summer and has revealed that he has been disappointed with how the season to date has gone for him personally under Rodgers.
"The manager has been great with me. He has tried to keep me involved," Carragher was quoted as saying in the Daily Mirror.
"But listen, I want to start. I'm no different to any other player.
"It was only my second start in the league this season, which is disappointing from my point of view, but I said I wouldn't complain and I'm just trying to get more starts and be involved between now and the end of the season.
"I've played a lot in Europe, the FA Cup and League Cup, but the Premier League is the most important thing for the club and the players. We all want to play in that, and I'm no different.
"I won't lie, it's been a difficult season for me in terms of starting games.
"I'll chat to the manager at the end of the season. I'm open-minded and I'm sure the club are. It's not about what I'm going to do, that's something we can sort out one way or another.
"It's up to the manager and the club to make a decision about a new contract. It's down to them. I'm pleased I got a game at the weekend and I'll hope to get a few more games now.
"I played in the FA Cup, missed the United game but played against Norwich. The manager has kept me involved, but the Premier League is the most important thing."