Henderson ready to play at Anfield for years to come.
Jordan Henderson has revealed that he wants to commit his future to Liverpool and hopes to play for the club for years to come.
The England international has been greatly impressing for both club and country over the past 12 months and the Reds are ready to reward that form with a new contract.
Henderson signed his current deal when he signed from Sunderland for £20m in 2011 and it sees the 24-year-old earn £40,000-a-week.
This expires in 2016 and the Merseysiders are not only ready to extend the midfielder’s stay at Anfield, but also significantly increase his wages.
“I’m enjoying my football. I love this club and I want to be here for many years so that shouldn’t be an issue,” Henderson was quoted by the Mirror.
The Englishman would follow in the footsteps of teammate Daniel Sturride if he were to sign a new deal, with the striker being made the highest paid player at the club recently with weekly wages of £150,000-a-week.
Whilst Henderson is unlikely to be in that bracket the fact that manager Brendan Rodgers has made the 24-year-old his vice-captain shows how highly regarded he is.
To date the former Black Cats man has played 141 times for the Merseyside outfit in all competitions.