Steven Gerrard hopes to end his Liverpool arena with silverware in the F.A Cup and a top four finish before he makes a move to L.A Galaxy at the end of the season.
The reds skipper has struggled with injury this season, but dreams of leading his team to victory in the cup final in May. The reds face an F.A Cup replay with Blackburn next month after a 0-0 draw at Anfield earlier this month, and it is the final that Gerrard has his sights set on.
Gerrard will be making a return from a seven-week lay off against Swansea this weekend, and ahead of the game, made it clear to end his sparkling Liverpool career with a trophy.
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"I want to finish the season really strong and leave the team in the top four and hopefully go all the way in the FA Cup"
Back to fitness
"I've just got over a hamstring injury and I am fit and available for the next game," Gerrard said ahead of a Liverpool Charity game later this season.
"I want to finish the season really strong and leave the team in the top four and hopefully go all the way in the FA Cup – that is how I want to sign off," he added.
Gerrard, whose birthday lies on 30th May, would coincidently clash with the FA Cup final date. It could make a perfect send-off for the Reds hero if his side were victorious.
Brendan Rodgers' team are currently in a rich vein of form, and lie fifth in the table, only seven points away from second place Manchester City.
Gerrard joined Liverpool's academy when he was 8 years old and has tasted Champions League, F.A Cup and Carling cup glory, but is yet to taste Premier League glory in his career.