Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson insists the players will not give up on their top-four ambitions despite being dealt a potentially decisive blow by Arsenal.

The Gunners' stoppage-time 2-1 win at Anfield left Kenny Dalglish's side 10 points off Champions League qualification. And with Stoke only three points behind them it appears holding on to seventh will be priority.

But Henderson said they would continue to set their targets on the top four, saying: "I don't think it is over. There is plenty of football left."

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