RYAN BABEL will have some serious questions to answer when he returns to Anfield after accusing boss Rafa Benitez of breaking promises.
The Dutch international has also revealed he would be keen on quitting Liverpool and securing a loan move to his former club Ajax when the transfer window reopens in January. Babel claims he was guaranteed he would enjoy more action for the Reds this season but he has once again found himself stuck on the sidelines.
The 22-year-old winger produced a woeful performance in the Reds' opening weekend defeat at Tottenham and was an unused substitute against Stoke.
He made a brief appearance in the closing stages of the home defeat to Aston Villa but was left out of the squad for last Saturday's 3-2 win at Bolton.
'There have been a lot of things promised but they haven't been followed up,' Babel insisted.
'I would get to play for more minutes and have more chances, but after the first defeat, I only lost my place.'
Babel, who is currently on international duty, believes he will have to move on in January in order to fulfil his dream of playing in next summer's World Cup finals in South Africa.