By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Denmark international admitted recently that the club had been in discussions with a number of clubs over the possibility of a lucrative summer transfer. The rumour mill has churned out Manchester City and Barcelona as the two likely clubs who were interested in securing Agger's signature and the Citizens were said to have failed in their bid in signing the player.
Agger stated in the aftermath that he has no control over his future although he also confessed his desire to play for the Blaugrana, should any such opportunity materialise.
"There is one club who would make it very difficult for me to stay at Anfield," he told reporters ahead of Denmark's friendly against Slovakia.
"Barcelona would be great, because they are the best in the world. They are the one team who would make it difficult for me to stay.
"I understand where Luka Modric and Robin van Persie are coming from [wanting to move] because your career is short, you want to win things and be successful and you want to earn money."
Nevertheless, the 27-year-old also stated that he is more than happy to stay with the Merseyside club and lauded the treatment that he receives from the legion of Liverpool fans. He predicts that the club will get back to winning ways and capture trophies sooner than later.
"The club and the town [of Liverpool] have been very good to me throughout my time at Anfield. Everything has been handled in a very professional way, and I have always had respect from people round the club and from Liverpool supporters.
"I have always considered it an honour to play for a club like Liverpool, and that feeling has been strengthened by the way people in the town have stayed solidly behind the team and me, even when things haven't always gone as they would have hoped.
"You get a sense of how good and how big this club is when you play for them in the Champions League. They are special games, and I believe we can recreate those great nights, hopefully soon.
"Everyone knows about the '80s team, and how they were winning titles every year, and I have a feeling we are not too far off doing the same.
"If I didn't have that feeling, I wouldn't still be there. But it is a special club, and it still has that feeling about it.
"I really do sense there are great things round the corner for Liverpool.
"I am feeling great where I am. I'm with a special club, and I feel I am influencing what happens on the pitch. I am happy to be a Liverpool player."
Liverpool kick off their new season against West Brom on Saturday and have recently been linked with a loan bid for Real Madrid's Nuri Sahin.