He said: “I’ll always feel because it’s Liverpool, for the opportunities they have given me, the club is always more important than any one individual — and I’m no different.
“I was lucky to get back in. It was unfortunate for Roy but someone’s misfortune is someone else’s good fortune. I owe the football club a lot more than they owe me.
“I’ve always said if I can help the football club in any way, shape or form I would always be there to help. That’s all I’ve done — if you think I’m helping, then fine.”