On loan to German club Hertha Berlin, Liverpool's Andriy Voronin is contemplating a permanent move to the club but does not want to take a wage cut.
The 29-year old Ukrainian is at a stage of his career where money is important.
"Of course money is very important," Voronin told Bild.
"I am not a 20-year-old kid anymore, anyway I have a long career ahead of me.
"If Hertha want to keep me, an agreement is possible.
"The aim remains qualifying for the UEFA Cup, which would be a massive success. But of course everyone wants to play Champions League football."
"It is much slower and full of cry-babies compared to The Premier League. In Germany you can hear the whistle, but in England you are already bleeding."