Gerrard committed to Liverpool

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Steven Gerrard only wants to win the Barclays Premier League title if he can win it with Liverpool.

Gerrard has already turned down the opportunity to leave Anfield for Chelsea in his career, and insists he would make the same decision again in his quest for a title, as winning it anywhere else would not mean as much.

"When I see John Terry, Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand lifting that trophy I want to do that, but I want to do that for Liverpool football club," Gerrard told Sky Sports News.

"I think the easy thing would be maybe to move on but it's not for me. What would be more important for me would be to win it and share it with the club and with my family who are all Liverpool fans.

"That would mean more to me than winning it maybe five or six times somewhere else."

Despite last week's 4-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford, Liverpool appear to have let their best chance at the title in several years slip by, surrendering an early lead to allow the Red Devils to go four points clear with a game in hand.

"We were out there and we were flying," Gerrard said. "But you always knew Manchester United were going to come back with their schedule and eventually they did and we've slipped up and lost points where we shouldn't.

"It's even more frustrating now because you're saying 'what if...what if', but the important thing now is to look forward and to try and win the remaining games and hopefully other teams can do us a few favours."

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