The Israeli, who joined the Reds from West Ham in the summer of 2007, admits that he has thought about leaving Anfield.
He told The Sun: “The fact that I’m not involved and always come on as a sub tells you something. Even if it’s Liverpool, if I don’t get to play in the next few months I will not want to be here.
“I enjoy my time in England but maybe it is time to learn a new language, maybe Italian, French or Russian.
“When I came here it wasn’t so I could tell everyone, ‘Hey I play for Liverpool’.
“My purpose was to prove myself, and in the first year I think I did. I understand that I am at one of the biggest clubs in the world and that this year there are better players.”
He added: “After our win over Manchester United I lost my place. Everyone wants to play and it is no fun sitting on the bench or playing just a few minutes.
“I’m part of the rotation but I hope in the next few months it will change.”