Dirk Kuyt is optimistic of success in the near future after signing a new contract with Liverpool.
The Dutchman has pledged himself to Anfield until 2013 and is now hoping to build on the foundations laid by Kenny Dalglish and add some silverware to the Liverpool trophy cabinet.
With Dalglish expected to be confirmed as Liverpool’s permanent manager at the end of the season, and Fenway Sports Group ready to invest heavily in the summer, Kuyt believes more glory days could be on the horizon.
"Everyone knows the last two seasons have not gone as good as we would have wanted, but I don't like to look at the past," the 30-year-old told the official Liverpool website. "The future looks bright.
"Since the arrival of the owners a lot of things have happened in a positive way and I think everyone can see we have been playing better.
“We can see the quality of the players who arrived in January and also it's right to say that the youth players have done well. Martin Kelly has had a good season, although he is unfortunately injured at the moment, and John Flanagan played well against Manchester City.
"The future is bright here, definitely.”
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