Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson has admitted that it has been a mixed season for the Anfield club but insists next year will be better.
The former-Sunderland player has featured prominently in Liverpool's campaign this season, during which the struggles in the league have been offset by progress in the cup competitions.
However, Henderson believes his side have shown positive signs of improvement in recent weeks.
Speaking to the LFC Official Weekly Magazine, Henderson said: "We have to concentrate on the last bit of the season and making sure we finish as strongly as possible. We've got a lot to learn but if we can do that and rectify the mistakes we've made this season then we can definitely be better equipped to improve next year."
The 21-year-old has made 36 Premier League appearances this year, and the youngster is pleased to have played such a prominent role in his first full season on Merseyside.
"Obviously I want to play in every game that I'm fit and available for, so yes, I've enjoyed playing on a regular basis and hopefully I can carry on doing that."
Henderson was voted the club's young player of the season, and looks set to push on next term after an encouraging performance against Chelsea at Anfield earlier this week.
Liverpool play their final game of the season away to Swansea on Sunday.