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Thursday, 4 January 2007


Jimmy Rice 04 January 2007

Rafa Benitez insists he is not getting carried away with his side's run of good form, believing there is still a long way to go to secure a top four finish.
One defeat in 10 has elevated the Reds to third in the Premiership, just eight points behind second-place Chelsea.

"As a manager of a team that has a good balance between attack and defence, I am very happy," said Benitez.

"I think it will be a good month for us. But we are not looking at the table. We are looking at the FA Cup against Arsenal, our next game.

"If you start counting your chickens then, at the end, you will have problems.

"There are a number of teams that are contenders for Champions League places: Arsenal, Portsmouth, Bolton, Tottenham - all of them can be there.

"It is not easy to talk about this now because we have a long race."

Benitez admitted being disappointed at missing an opportunity over the festive period to be even closer to the top two.

He said: "We deserved to win against Blackburn. We had a lot of chances and if we had scored the first goal maybe it would have been another thing.

"It is a pity now but you cannot change it. The only thing you can do is find positives and that is the consistency of the team, the chances we are creating, the good football we are playing and the clean sheets."

The Spaniard also revealed Bolo Zenden – who has been out since November with a knee injury – could be back within two weeks.

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