Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has confirmed the club have yet to open talks with Jamie Carragher over a new deal.
On Friday, the Reds announced that Dirk Kuyt and captain Steven Gerrard had both agreed contract extensions.
Carragher's current terms, meanwhile, are to expire in 2011, and Benitez is remaining coy over whether discussions with the 31-year-old are in the offing.
The Spanish coach said in the Daily Star: "They [Gerrard and Carragher] have the same agent, but different age, different players.
"We have a lot of conversations with different players but one at a time. We're not talking at the moment with Carra. Maybe we will.
"He is in the squad. We know each player is different and so we have to think about them one at a time."
Benitez also insisted that defender Daniel Agger is happy at Anfield, despite speculation surrounding his future.
He said: "Yesterday I was talking with him and it was okay, not a problem. He wants to play and to play for us. He wants to win trophies with us."