The Dutch winger, 22, insists his career has stalled at Anfield and he blames Kop boss Rafa Benitez.
Babel told The Sun: "I have tried to talk to the manager but it isn't of any use. I couldn't really do anything with the feedback Benitez gave me.
"We have agreed to look at my situation during the winter. If there's no improvement then, I have to be honest, I want to play somewhere else."
Babel's bombshell comes as the Reds prepare for tonight's must-win Champions League group game at Hungarian side Debrecen - a match that could decide Benitez's future on Merseyside.
The forward, who scored a long-range stunner in Liverpool's last Euro game in Lyon, added: "I don't play a lot so I can't be happy and I can't cheer out loud.
"Certain emotions are blocked, they are pushed back by all the worries I carry with me.
"Sometimes I wonder how long I can sustain it but I will fight for my position - what else can I do?"