In a fans’ Twitter Q&A session the Reds goalkeeper said he can see himself ending his playing days at Anfield, carrying on beyond the three years left on his current deal
Pepe Reina has revealed he could see out the rest of his career at Liverpool, saying “it would be a nice history to be here more than 12 or 13 years”.
The 30-year-old joined the Reds in 2005 and has consistently been the club’s first-choice, making 382 appearances in all competitions.
In a Q&A session with fans on Liverpool’s official Twitter feed, the Spain international said there is every chance he will stay at Anfield beyond the remainder of his contract.
When asked if he wants to finish his playing career at Liverpool, Reina said: “It would be a nice history to be here more than twelve or thirteen years, why not?”
Reina has kept 11 clean sheets in 27 Premier League games this term and will be hoping to make it 12 when the Reds travel to Newcastle on Saturday as they face the rest of the season without the suspended Luis Suarez.
Brendan Rodgers’ men lie seventh in the Premier League table and look like missing out on European football next season, but Reina is prepared for a long-term future with the club.
He added: “I’ve got three more years so I’ll be around for at least three more years I guess and then it depends on Liverpool.”