Steven Gerrard won’t allow Liverpool career to fizzle out
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard won't allow his Reds career to fizzle out after a 3-1 loss to West Ham United
Steven Gerrard has promised that he won’t allow his Liverpool career to fizzle out.
The 34-year-old was criticised for a disappointing performance after the Reds suffered a 3-1 loss to West Ham United at Upton Park on Saturday.
I don’t want it to fizzle out and I don’t want people to look at me as if I’m just here to see out my career
But Liverpool captain Gerrard, who has never won the Premier League, is determined to finish the final couple of years of his career on a high note.
“Obviously I’ve been with this team when it’s had its dips and its bad times when you’re finishing seventh and eighth,” Gerrard told the Anfield Wrap.
“Brendan coming in, for me personally and everyone connected to the club, was a breath of fresh air. He’s obviously moved me position-wise, which has given me a new lease of life and I’ve enjoyed that role in that team and that position.
“For me, I want to make the most of my last couple of years, I don’t want it to fizzle out and I don’t want people to look at me as if I’m just here to see out my career.
“I’m here to win and certainly this season and maybe next year I want to finish on a high note and the only way for that to happen would be to try to get a trophy in the bag and to keep Champions League here.”