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I could stay at Napoli, says Reina

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has said he has not ruled out the idea of staying on loan at Napoli for another season.

- Hunter: Reina's importance to Spain

Spain international Reina -- who was reunited with his former Anfield manager Rafa Benitez when he joined the Serie A club on loan last summer -- said he could remain there in an interview with Radio Onda Cero.

However, he faces an uncertain future after Napoli refused to meet Liverpool's asking price earlier this month.

"Staying in Naples? I believe that the possibility is there," he said. "I feel well-liked, and there is a plan here that makes you dream. I have never dismissed the idea of staying in Naples."

Reina has two more years remaining on his Liverpool contract, but said he believed it was unlikely that he would return to the first team picture on Merseyside.

He has also been linked with a move to Spanish champions Atletico Madrid, who have agreed to sign Miguel Angel Moya from La Liga rivals Getafe.

"It is always a pleasure to be mentioned in relation to an important club, but the reality is that I have not talked about anything with the English club [Liverpool]," said Reina, who added that he felt an increasing desire to return to Spain.

Looking ahead to the World Cup, he said defending champions Spain were "ambitious and happy to be among the favourites to be champions... but we also know that is a big responsibility and that is always a difficult achievement to repeat."

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