Jovanovic contemplates Anfield exit
Milan Jovanovic is contemplating leaving Liverpool just two months into the season.
The Serbian winger, signed on a free transfer from Standard Liege in the summer, is seemingly unhappy about his lack of playing time under Roy Hodgson and has warned he is getting itchy feet.
"I am starting to find the time dragging on," he told The Sun. "I'm a fighter but if things do not sort themselves out I will change club, even though it is too soon to think about it yet.
"I'm on form, I'm working hard and I have started eight competitive games. But I've not been in the starting XI for the last few matches, and I've not even come on as a sub."
The 29-year-old, who scored the only goal in his country’s victory over Germany at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™, also revealed his dissatisfaction with what’s expected of him defensively at Liverpool.
"I have to adapt to a new system over here. I have to defend all the time," Jovanovic moaned.
"Just three or four teams in the Premier league play attractive football. The others set great store by commitment, discipline and defending. I miss Standard and the city of Liege."