Liverpool defender Glen Johnson fears his Liverpool career is coming to an end, after contract negotiations between the player and the club stalled, according to the Daily Star.
The right back is set to see his current contract expire at the end of the season, and despite insisting he wants to stay at Anfield, Johnson admits the negotiations have stalled.
He said: “It is very quiet on the contract. I am just concentrating week by week and not thinking about it.
“Of course I want to stay. But like I say, I worry about this week this week and then next week next week. That is how I live my life.”
Johnson has been missing from the Liverpool first team since going off injured in the 3-1 defeat to Manchester City in August.
He made his return to first team action coming off the bench during Saturday’s 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion, and admits the international break has come at the wrong time from a personal point of view.
He said: “I would have preferred the internationals to have come next week so I could declare myself fit and available.
“Obviously with the squad being picked last Thursday, I hadn’t played for six weeks so I couldn’t be involved.
“Of course I want to go away with the England team and play again for them as well.
“Of course, no player wants to be injured. I feel good and it’s about match fitness now.
“The body feels good so I just need some training sessions and I can take it from there.”