The Merseyside team have been criticised by their supporters for not replacing Andy Carroll after they have failed to score in two of their opening three Premier League matches, but Agger has revealed that he believes goals should be coming from all areas of the pitch.
Agger told the Liverpool Echo: "Of course, the lack of goals so far is a concern. You could see against Arsenal that it wasn't only one player.
"It wasn't two players, it was three, four, five, six players who had chances, including myself.
"The chances are there and that's the most important thing, but we all need to start taking them."
Liverpool's only two recognised strikers are Luis Suarez and Fabio Borini.