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Dalglish not getting carried away

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Kenny Dalglish insists Liverpool remain "a work in progress" after booking an FA Cup final appearance by beating Merseyside rivals Everton 2-1 at Wembley.

The Reds were forced to come from behind after Nikica Jelavic had capitalised on a Jamie Carragher mistake to give the Toffeemen a half-time advantage. But an equally disastrous blunder from Sylvain Distin gifted Luis Suarez an equaliser before Andy Carroll silenced the doubters by heading home the winner three minutes from time.

It means Liverpool will have the chance to add an FA Cup to the Carling Cup they won in February but Dalglish is refusing to get carried away, and said: "It is called a work in progress. We have said that many times before and there is no need for us to change. After the Carling Cup I said we are not the finished article and we are saying the same thing now."

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