Liverpool midfielder Maxi Rodriguez has revealed his uncertainty over his immediate future at Anfield after just seven Premier League starts this season.
The Argentine international has seldom been first-choice in The Reds first-team in the league, with the majority of his appearances coming in the club's successful cup runs this season.
And according to the 31-year-old, those rarely appearances might not be enough to keep him at Liverpool beyond the end of the season.
"I'm not playing the amount of minutes that I want to play," Maxi said.
"When I play, I take my chances and do a good job. I score goals.
"I don't know if I will stay for next season, that's the truth. I will decide at the end of the season.
"All the people here have treated me well, but I want more minutes."
Rodriguez has scored six goals this season for Liverpool, most recently in the win over Blackburn Rovers, however has often been shunned when it's come to the club's big games, featuring for just 15 minutes against Everton in the FA Cup semi-final.
He was also an unused substitute in the penalty shoot-out win over Cardiff City in the Carling Cup final and therefore could be part of a mass clear out following a turbulent league campaign, which has seen the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Maxi's opportunities have been limited this season after the summer signings of Stewart Downing, Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam, all of which have failed to live up to their substantial transfer fees.
The former Athletico Madrid midfielder signed for Liverpool on a free transfer in January 2010, and enjoyed an excellent first full-season in the Premier League, netting two hat-tricks in a haul of 10 league goals.
He missed just 10 league games last season, but having occupied the bench of much of this term, will be lucky to play that many, while his place in the squad for the weekend's FA Cup final is also uncertain.