Cissokho unsure of permanent Liverpool move. Reuters

On loan Liverpool defender Aly Cissokho is unsure whether his loan stay at Anfield will be made permanent in the summer.

The France international left Valencia to join the Reds on a season long loan deal late in the summer transfer window last August but there has yet to be any confirmation from either club to suggest the defender can make his move permanent this summer.

The former Porto and Lyon star played a peripheral role at the club during the first half of the season but the long term absence of first choice left back Jose Enrique has seen Cissokho fill the void on the left hand side of defence.

The Frenchman himself is unsure where his long term future lies, but is aware Valencia's precarious financial predicament may have a role to play in the matter.

"Valencia is a great club, but in Spain there are several economic problems," Cissokho was quoted as saying by L'Equipe.

"I have given my very best for Liverpool and we will see at the end of the season what both clubs will decide. If I have to leave Liverpool, I will leave. I am doing a nice job and that is the most important."

Although Cissokho has been handed eight Premier League starts in 2014, questions remain of his ability to adapt to English football. After recovering from an ankle injury at the start of the season, the full back remains unconcerned by criticism of his performances and remains determined to make a mark on the red half of Merseyside.

"In my first match against Notts County, after five minutes, my ankle turned. It was a big ankle sprain," Cissokho continued.

"The most important injury in my whole career so far and at the worst moment. A piece of cartilage moved. I had to undergo surgery in London.

"It was a very difficult moment. I was afraid. Surgery delayed my adaptation.

"Critics? I am used to not winning unanimous support. I let people have their own opinion and I give my best."