Liverpool defender Glen Johnson has expressed his desire to continue at Anfiled after the end of the season.
The England international's contract will expire in the summer of 2015 and has not yet agreed to a new deal. The former Chelsea full-back claims the contract situation is "very quiet" and admitted his future at Liverpool beyond this season remains uncertain.
"It's very quiet. I am just concentrating week by week and not thinking about it. Of course I want to stay. But like I say I just worry about this week, this week and then worry about next week, next week. That is how I live my life," Johnson told the Liverpool Echo.
The 30-year-old picked up a thigh injury and was out of action for six weeks after the Manchester City clash in August. During his time on the sidelines, Liverpool struggled in all competitions as they managed three wins in all competitions prior to West Brom Albion clash.
Johnson recently returned to action as he came from the bench during Reds' 2-1 victory over West Bromwich. In his absence, Brendan Rodgers has fielded summer- signing Javier Manquillo in the right-back position.
The English defender admitted it was frustrating for him to watch Liverpool struggle form the sidelines and says he is happy to join his teammates back in the training.
"It's been frustrating for me as no player wants to be injured. I feel good and it's about match fitness now. The body feels good so I just need to get some training sessions and I can take it from there," the Liverpool star explained.
"It's been frustrating to watch because you want to be out there with the lads, and you want to be out there even more when it is not going too well."
"The most important thing for me was getting fit and hoping the lads could pull us through while I was not able to help."
"It is difficult when you have bad periods but that's football. It was always going to be a difficult start with all the changes and all the expectation but in football you have these ups and downs," Johnson concluded.