Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano has admitted he is unsure whether his long-term future lies at Anfield.
As the Reds continue their pursuit of Premier League leaders Manchester United, the Argentina skipper thinks it is possible he could have to move.
And while he admits he is happy at Liverpool, the midfielder knows if a club comes in with a tempting offer for his services he may have to move on.
But for now he is focused on overhauling United's lead, starting with the clash with Newcastle on Sunday.
"For now the main thing is to try to win the league and then I will have to think about what I am going to do but I am good here," he told Sky Sports News.
"I can't say anything bad about Liverpool as a city or as a club because they were great with me but obviously you never know what is going to happen because if some club can come here with a good offer and the club say 'ok you have to go' then I will leave - you don't know."
With the Red Devils three points clear of Liverpool with a game in hand and time running out fast, Mascherano believes it will be tough for his side to overhaul the leaders but has vowed to keep up the pursuit.
"We have chances to win the League but it is not easy (it) depends on United so we have to win all the games while waiting for United to drop some points.
"We are in a race but it is difficult now; they are in good form but we know they have some difficult games so maybe they can drop some points.
"The most important thing is to try to win all the games for us. If we can win all the games then maybe we have a chance but if we cannot win (them all) then it will be difficult."