Liverpool stopper drops transfer hint

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Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has given the biggest hint yet that he will stay at the club by claiming his team have to start better next season.

Under Roy Hodgson, The Reds endured the worst start in their Premier League history.

But with Kenny Dalglish having been appointed, Liverpool's fortunes have changed and Reina is already looking forward to next season.

“We didn’t start this season, or last, the best – and next time we need to make sure that doesn’t happen,” he told LFC Weekly.


“We need to be consistent with the aggression, commitment – everything. And if we get the balance right, we’ll be a lot closer to where we want to be.”

Arsenal legend Bob Wilson claimed the Gunners tried to sign Reina last summer and since rumours have swelled as to where his future lies, with Liverpool fans worried they may lose their prized asset.

Manchester United were also linked with the goalkeeper as they look to replace the retiring Edwin Van deer Sar.

But Liverpool appear certain to keep the keeper now, to the disappointment of their rivals.

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