Reds skipper won’t settle for anything less than top four

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is setting his sights on qualification for the Champions League next season.

The 31-year-old missed the majority of last season with a groin injury, but after surgery on the problem is ready for the new season.

And the man that inspired the Reds to victory in the Champions League in 2005 is craving a return to the competition.


"I'd love nothing better than to lead the lads to some silverware next year. Getting into the Champions League will be the main aim," he said.

"Everyone wants to be involved in it, we've had some fantastic nights at Anfield in the competition and we all want to see those nights return.

"I've had the problem sorted with surgery and next season I'll be fit after a good rest, with a brand new groin."

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