Dalglish: Liverpool’s season a success

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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has insisted the Anfield club have had a good season and is hoping they can leapfrog rivals Everton on the last day.


The Reds will take a trip to he Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea City on Sunday and will move above the Toffees if they can win and Newcastle United avoid defeat at Goodison Park.


Despite the disappointing league finish, Dalglish claimed the Merseyside club could be pleased with winning the Carling Cup and being runners–up in the FA Cup, though he did admit the title was what he really wanted.


“To win a trophy after six years was a good result for us, to get to the FA Cup final was a good result, and to get into the Europa League is also a measure of success,” he said on Liverpool’s official website.


Despite all the success of their season being decided already, other than finishing seventh, eighth or ninth, Dalglish is determined to defeat the Welsh side, who have had an impressive season following promotion..


The Scot said his side would always put in their all to win and voiced his desire to be finishing top of the table once more.


“We've got a desire to go there and win and, as we've said before, we want to do as well as we possibly can in every game we play,” he added.


“We're not happy finishing below anybody in the table. We want to be finishing above everybody.


“Whoever is in our road, it is up to us to be better than they are and get there when we can - but it's not been too bad (a season) for us.”

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