Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has admitted that there is "not much point" in him travelling to the USA for the Reds' pre-season tour because the club "don't count on [him]".
Following the arrival of German shot-stopper Loris Karius from Mainz, Bogdan is not hopeful of his chances of featuring under Jurgen Klopp in the upcoming campaign, and is determined to find a loan club.
"Mignolet and Danny Ward will get a few weeks to rest after Euro 2016 so there is a strong chance I will go to the USA training camp," Bogdan told Goal Hungary.
"My goal is to get a loan deal as soon as possible. There is not much point going to the USA after my last half-year, plus the new arrival of a goalkeeper shows that they don't count on me.
"I want to rebuild my good form. I want to play games weekly and get back to the national team. The goal is to get loaned out. I could stay but I would need incredible luck or a lot of injuries to climb the ladder. I can get out of this situation by performing well somewhere else. Then if life allows it, return to Liverpool. I need to go to prove my worth."
Bogdan joined Liverpool from Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer last summer.