Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam believes the Reds are still in the race to qualify for the Champions League, despite currently sitting in seventh place in the league, Sky
The Reds were held to a goalless draw with Stoke City at Anfield last weekend and now face a trip to the Reebok Stadium to take on struggling Bolton. Liverpool’s away form has been good so far this season and they have beaten Chelsea and Everton in the league, as well as Stoke and Manchester City in the Carling Cup. At Anfield, it has been a different story and Liverpool have failed to convert their possession and dominance of games into three points.
Adam understands that the fans are beginning to lose patience with some of the frustrating games Liverpool have had this season, but insists there is still hope. The summer signing from Blackpool has reiterated that qualifying for the Champions League is the club’s priority and the players are desperate to bring Champions League football back to Anfield for the first time in three seasons.
The Scottish international said: ‘Of course it is, it’s still there, there’s plenty of points to play for, you never know what is going to happen. We have been disappointed with the results as well but that’s expected, we are a new team gelling, it takes time but we’ll do everything we can.The most important game is the next game, a difficult game away at Bolton, which we are looking forward to as we have to bounce back after last week.’
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