Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has underlined his desire to stay at club, by hinting at the prospect of a new contract.
Agger, who has two years remaining on his current deal, spoke of his love for the club, saying that he would be willing to put pen to paper in a new long-term deal.
The Danish international, who has been representing his country at Euro 2012, has made 170 appearances for Liverpool since his switch from Brondby in January 2006.
A succession of injury has curtailed his game time, but he has assured Liverpool fans that he wants to make up for lost time by adding to that tally.
As reported on the official Liverpool website, Agger said: “It's no secret that I'm happy to be in Liverpool. Otherwise, I would not have been there for six years.
"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 I will listen."
His desire to remain at the club is good news for the Kop giants, following suggestions that he could be on his way out of Anfield.
However, with Liverpool under the stewardship of former Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers, Agger admits that there is renewed excitement around the club as they prepare for working under a new boss.
“I am looking forward to meeting the new coach,” he said.
"I've seen what he has done at Swansea, and it has been impressive."