Liverpool ace Jordan Henderson has insisted that Liverpool need to win all of their remaining games to stand any chance of Champions League qualification. The Reds currently sit in fifth position in the Premier League - seven points behind bitter rivals Manchester United.
Brendan Rodgers' side endured a torrid evening against Hull City last night as they left the KC Stadium empty handed, however Henderson has insisted that the Reds will keep working over the coming weeks.
In an interview with Liverpool TV, the midfielder said: "We've just got to move on as quickly as possible to the next game, which is QPR at home and hopefully just try to win every game from now until the end of the season and see where we are.
"We've got to keep working. We've got a great bunch of lads who will be very disappointed after tonight. But we've got to go again. We've got to lift ourselves because we know at the weekend QPR will be right up for it. It will be a difficult game.
"But we set high expectations of ourselves and we expect to be winning games like this. The next game is important so we'll need to make sure we bounce back."
Liverpool face Queens Park Rangers this Saturday at Anfield following their disappointing midweek defeat. After playing the Hoops, they are set to play champions-elect Chelsea and Crystal Palace, finishing their season away to Stoke.
The Merseyside club may have the distinction of giving the Blues the guard of honour, if the west London club win their next two fixtures. Potentially, even worse for Liverpool, Chelsea could win the league against them if they they fail to pick up maximum points in their next two games.