By Kent Hedlundh & <a href='http://twitter.com/#!/caseyja' class='instorylink'>Jamie Casey</a>
Saturday 13 August 2011 14:20, UK
Christian Poulsen accepts his future lies away from Liverpool and hopes to seal a move this month.
Dane wants resolution to his future before August deadline
Liverpool midfielder Christian Poulsen accepts his future lies away from the club and hopes to seal a move this month.
The Denmark international made little impact in his first season after being signed by former Reds boss Roy Hodgson last summer.
With current boss Kenny Dalglish now possessing a wealth of talent in the centre of midfield, Poulsen is surplus to requirements.
The former Juventus man accepts his misfortune, and will push for a transfer before the summer transfer window shuts on 31st August.
"My future needs to be resolved in August and preferably as soon as possible," Poulsen told Danish television station TV2.
"I have to get to play matches regularly. It's obvious that I would really like to play football."