Liverpool youngster Andre Wisdom has admitted he is prepared to go out on loan if he cannot get first team opportunities at Anfield next season.
Along with Raheem Sterling and Suso, Wisdom was part of a trio of young talents fast tracked into the Liverpool first team by Brendan Rodgers last season, all of whom impressed with the 20-year-old full back making 19 appearances for the first team.
But with Glen Johnson and Jose Enrique ahead of him again in the pecking order and the return of long-term absentee Martin Kelly imminent, first team chances may prove harder to come by for the England Under-21 international.
"The manager has told me to consider it and keep it in mind," Wisdom told Liverpool's official website.
"With us not being in the Europa League, the opportunity of playing every week is going to slim down a bit. Going on loan is an option. I am open to any idea that is positive."
"Last year I made my debut in the Europa League and then in the Premier League. Being in the first team means things have changed massively for me. The competition is a lot harder, the demands are a lot greater. But it is good and I'm enjoying it."
Wisdom signed a new long term contract at Anfield in January of this year suggesting the versatile defender remains firmly in Rodgers' long term vision at the club.
The Leeds-born full back has been linked with a loan move to Fulham in recent weeks, where the youngster could certainly prove to be a helpful addition to Martin Jol's side.
As well as the return of Kelly, who was ruled out in September last year after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament, Rodgers is expected to make more additions to his defensive options following the retirement of Jamie Carragher and with the future of Sebastien Coates and Martin Skrtel uncertain.
The club remain linked with Sporting Lisbon starlet Tiago Ilori, while some reports suggest the club are still pursuing the possibility of bringing Schalke defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos to Anfield.