Liverpool ace Steven Gerrard has admitted his career will be incomplete if he fails to add the Premier League title to his show room after playing in England for more than a decade.
Having enjoyed a magnificent career with Liverpool, where he is grown to be regarded as one of the club's all-time greats, the England captain believes he would be left with a hole if he doesn't win the title.
Ahead of Saturday's clash with hated city rivals Everton at Goodison Park, Gerrard made it clear he won't give up fighting for the crown.
"There'd be a hole missing in my career (without a title win) but I don't think I'd spend the rest of my life being irritated or annoyed or frustrated," Gerrard told ESPNFC.
"Since I broke into this team at 18-years-of-age I've tried to win the title but it hasn't happened. "I've got a couple more chances and I'll continue to fight for it."
However, Everton boss Roberto Martinez, who admitted to possible threats from Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, also spoke of the possibility of stopping the Reds.
"They have had a very good start to the season and are very influential," he said.
"They have got a real goal-scoring threat. But as a team, you are always used to coping with threats of the opposition.
"Not long ago we had a very good team full of individuals here – Spurs – and we dealt with them really well.
"Liverpool currently lies second in the Premier League table and any shift from that may affect their title race."
Perhaps, Steven Gerrard is aware of this and he plans to take full responsibility of the game as the team captain. Liverpool have the chance to go top of the table if they win and Arsenal suffer defeat at the hands of Southampton.
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