Daniel Agger finds himself out of favour at Liverpool, but insists he will not be changing his ways.
The Danish defender was overlooked for the Reds' 0-0 draw at Birmingham and was only awarded a late cameo in their 3-2 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.
A lack of activity has left him frustrated, with new boss Roy Hodgson currently favouring other options.
Agger believes the former Fulham boss continues to snub him because his game does not suit the new-look Liverpool.
The 25-year-old feels his desire to play the ball out from the back is counting against him.
He will not be altering his style any time soon, though, even it means sticking life out on the Anfield bench.
"The manager's philosophy is that we play football in attack, but not at the back. That's not my style," Agger told Sporten.dk.
"I'm not that type of player. I like to keep the ball on the ground, and that's what I'll keep doing. Time will show if he [Hodgson] doesn't want to play me because of that.
"I'll try to change myself, but I will never be a player who offloads the ball at every opportunity.
"I'll fight for my chance. I know what I stand for, and I think he [Hodgson] does too."