Pepe Reina has revealed he has "no regrets" about leaving Liverpool and has admitted that he is happy with his achievements during his time at Anfield.
The 32-year-old lost his place in the starting XI after Brendan Rodgers signed Simon Mignolet from Sunderland in 2013. He joined Napoli on a season-long loan last season, before joining Bayern Munich on a permanent transfer last summer.
The Spain international admitted that he was not assured of regular playing time by the Northern Irishman, which led to his departure from Liverpool. Reina has spent more time on the bench at Bayern as Manuel Neuer is the first choice keeper for the Bundesliga outfit.
"I think I was not going to play regular football if he had stayed. There's no time for regrets. It's about looking forward and being happy about what I achieved in my career at Liverpool and have a great day Sunday and say goodbye to all those fans that loved me at Liverpool for many years," Reina explained.
"It's a great club (Bayern), a good city with good people and we are looking forward to winning every trophy. So far so good. Life could have been better by playing more games but that is a goalkeeper's life. I have to be patient and work harder."
Liverpool suffered a massive blow in their bid to finish the season in the top four, following their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United at home last Sunday. The fixture saw the Reds skipper Steven Gerrard being sent off for stamping United midfielder Ander Herrera just seconds after coming on as a substitute in the second half.
Reina claims the former England international made a mistake and is hopeful that Gerrard can finish his Liverpool career on a high by winning the FA Cup. They face Blackburn Rovers in the replay of the quarter-final clash and a victory will help them make it to the last four of the competition.
"He made a mistake in a big game," Bayern Munich goalkeeper said.
"If anyone feels these kinds of games deeply on his heart it's Stevie. Probably he would have like to say goodbye in a Man United game in a different way but he's still got a few games and hopefully they can finish at Wembley in a cup final and it won't be too bad," Reina stressed.