Agger admits he will wait until the summer before making a decision on his future.
“Let me be honest and admit that, if I don’t play, then it’s untenable and it can’t go on like that,” the Dane is quoted as saying in The Guardian.
“It’s never fun as a footballer when you don’t play every time. That’s no secret. But that’s my situation in the club right now; that he [Rafa Benitez] won’t let me play. That’s not my decision.
“The question now is whether this is the right thing for me, because I would like to play some football. But for now I have chosen to give it some time and give it a chance and fight for my spot in the team.
“I feel I’m good enough. For the same reason it’s annoying that I don’t play. I’ll wait for the chance and then I will prove that I’m good enough. I’ll show them – no doubt about that.”
He added: “There is no dialogue on a new contract with the club. It seemed like Liverpool were eager to close this deal and sign a new contract but that proved to be wrong.
“For me it is okay to wait and see how things evolve in the summer. I believe that I am in a good position for negotiations and I wish for more time in the red jersey.”