Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has admitted that he is likely to leave Anfield next summer.
The 31-year-old has been at Anfield since being signed by Brendan Rodgers on a free transfer from Bolton Wanderers in 2015.
His contract runs out in the summer and Bogdan admits he is likely to leave Liverpool, who still pay his £24,000 a week wages.
"In my head unless some crazy thing happens the contract will run out," he told The Scotsman.
"I am still a Liverpool player but it is running out. I am considering myself more a Hibs player."
"When Danny Ward came back I did not really know until the next day,” he added, of Ward's loan recall during his time at Liverpool. “I never felt the way I feel here with [Neil] Lennon for example.
"Wigan came in. I accepted it. But maybe it was not the right decision. They trained at Bolton's training ground at the time – it was almost like travelling back in time. It was weird. It was maybe a bit of a rushed decision but I wanted to play.
"Having been out so long with my knee, I was not sure if I was going to play another game of football. I am in a very good situation now."
With Alisson, Simon Mignolet and Caoihmin Kelleher part of Liverpool's first team squad, it is highly unlikely Bogdan will be considered for a renewal to his contract.
The former Bolton keeper has 20 caps for Hungary but only made six first-team appearances for Liverpool in over three years, featuring last in May 2016.