Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard feels Reds have an exciting future

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says he feels the club have an exciting future after investing in new players this summer

steven gerrard
Steven Gerrard turned 33 back in May Photo: Back Page Images

Steven Gerrard feels Liverpool have an exciting future ahead of the new Premier League season.

The 33-year-old signed a new two-year deal on Monday which will see the Reds captain remain at Anfield until at least 2015.

Brendan Rodgers endured a mixed first season in charge of Liverpool as the Merseyside outfit finished in seventh place.

However, Gerrard can see the club’s progress under the Northern Irishman and the midfielder is backing his team-mates to shine next term.

“I’ve got a lot of confidence and belief in my team-mates and in the coaches we’ve got,” Gerrard told Liverpool’s website.

“That’s the reason why I feel as if we can move forward together and get success back soon.

“Every fan out there, and the players are no different – we want to see a few more faces to strengthen the team and squad even more.

“It is an exciting time when you get a couple of new faces in to freshen the squad up – you’re at the beginning of the season and it’s a fresh start, there are trophies to be won and things to achieve.

“I won’t lie to you, I’m really excited at the moment.”

Erling Haaland
'Rumours are fake': Fabrizio Romano says Man United are not looking to sign Erling Haaland
Thomas Tuchel
'Negotiations are progressing well': Fabrizio Romano says Chelsea FC want to sign Jules Kounde
Jurgen Klopp
Fabrizio Romano reveals Liverpool FC’s plans for next summer signings
Bruno Fernandes
'Welcome': Bruno Fernandes reacts to Man United deal to sign Raphael Varane
Tammy Abraham
Chelsea FC prepared to accept £40m offer for Tammy Abraham - report
Erling Haaland
'Rumours are fake': Fabrizio Romano says Man United are not looking to sign Erling Haaland
Thomas Tuchel
'Negotiations are progressing well': Fabrizio Romano says Chelsea FC want to sign Jules Kounde
Jurgen Klopp
Fabrizio Romano reveals Liverpool FC’s plans for next summer signings
Bruno Fernandes
'Welcome': Bruno Fernandes reacts to Man United deal to sign Raphael Varane
Tammy Abraham
Chelsea FC prepared to accept £40m offer for Tammy Abraham - report
Top 50 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Man United stars feature
Top 50 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Man United stars feature