Liverpool legend Daniel Agger has admitted he is missing football following his retirement from the game.

Agger's contract at Danish giants Brondby expired at the end of last season and the centre-back opted to hang up his boots.

And the man who made over 200 appearances for Liverpool from 2006 until 2014 admits that he is missing football following the start of the new campaign.

Agger posted a photograph of a holiday scene on Twitter and wrote: "Do I miss football? YES, a lot, but I can't complain. New life, new goals, same target (be the best). Good night."

Agger started his career at Brondby, but was plucked from the Danish side by Liverpool in 2006, being earmarked for big things.


However, by 2014, Agger had fallen out of favour with then Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and was sold back to Brondby for a fee of just £3m.

He failed to taste success back in his homeland though and at the age of just 31 years old called time on his professional career.

Agger won 75 caps for Denmark between 2005 and 2016.