Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has hailed Brendan Rodgers’ management style and thinks that the club will challenge for trophies under his stewardship.
Rodgers guided Liverpool to a seventh-place finish after his first season in charge of the Reds, although their best run of results came towards the end of the campaign, when the likes of Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho were in sparkling form.
The England international has been impressed with his new manager’s approach since joining Liverpool from Chelsea in January and said to the official club magazine: “With the philosophy that the manager has, we should be challenging for honours.
“I think it’s going to be great for us in the future and we can move forward.
“I think we did things last season, both prior to me coming here and then with my help, to deliver some better statistics than we had in previous years in terms of goals and attacking play.”
Sturridge has scored 11 goals in his first 16 appearances for Liverpool and will be, alongside Luis Suarez, their main goal hope for the upcoming season - and he is excited for his future at Anfield.
The 23-year-old added: “It’s exciting to be part of that philosophy and the new regime that the manager is forming for us to move forward as a club.”
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