After coming on as a substitute for the final nine minutes of Liverpool's 3-2 defeat at Manchester United on Sunday, Daniel Agger has courted controversy by criticising Roy Hodgson in a post-match interview with Danish TV.
Since Hodgson's arrival at Liverpool, Agger has been in and out of the first team, and when picked he has appeared at left back. With the arrival of Paul Konchesky and the likes of Jamie Carragher and Martin Skrtel in the centre of defence, the Dane could struggle for playing time at Anfield.
In Liverpool's last two Premier League games at Birmingham City and Manchester United, Agger has been introduced as a late substitute and after playing in the World Cup during the summer he is clearly unhappy.
Most worrying of all is Agger's claim that "Our play has changed, so I'll have to adjust a bit. But to be honest, I'm not going to adjust 100%. I'm a footballer who keeps the ball on the floor. I'm here to play, not to unload."
The 25-year-old added that he would prefer not to play left back for Liverpool - who knew Agger had a destructive streak?
Video of Agger's critical interview of Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson with English subtitles is below.