Fulham skipper Danny Murphy has backed Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish to guide his former club to the top four next year.
The Reds saw a very disappointing first half to the season, after which new manager Roy Hodgson was let go due to poor results.
But under Dalglish Liverpool have been resurgent, and Murphy, who played 171 league games for the Reds, told Sky Sports that that can continue into next season, even if it may not be quite so easy:
“At the moment they’re playing under very little pressure, they are not having to go out and win games because nobody is expecting them to reach a certain position. It will be a different ask when players are under pressure every week if they are fighting for the top. But with Kenny in charge, and a few more additions, they’ll be pushing for the top four.”