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Friday, 30 March 2007


Jimmy Rice 30 March 2007
Steven Gerrard has backed Rafa Benitez to end Liverpool's frustrating wait to win the league title.
The skipper believes Rafa's passion for the game and attention to detail will ensure the Premiership trophy pays its first visit to the Anfield trophy room sooner rather than later.

"Benítez is a manager that eats, breathes, sleeps football. He is 24/7. He loves the game, he is always trying to improve himself and he's always trying to improve every player," said Gerrard when quizzed on the club's quest to win their first league title since 1990.

"I've got total belief and confidence he can continue to take us forward and bring success to this football club.

"It's come a long way since Istanbul. Rafa's made some clever signings to strengthen the squad but we know we can still get better.

"I think the future is looking bright for the football club. Rafa's gone on record saying that if there's a signing he thinks will strengthen the team, then he will probably make it.

"Since I've been in the team, we've been a fantastic cup side. The next challenge is to improve domestically, in the league, and try to get involved in the title race.

"It's a good challenge to have, an exciting one, and as I say, if Rafa strengthens us and keeps moving us forward, we will have a good go at it really soon."

Meanwhile, Gerrard also claims he and his teammates fear no one in Europe having knocked the holders out of the Champions League.

"I think the confidence and the lift it's given us, knocking out the champions, means we don't fear anyone now going forward," he said.

"We're a really difficult side to play against and we don't fear anyone over two legs.

"This team that Rafa's built never knows when it is beaten. If we're a goal down or a couple of goals down we never give in until the final whistle."

On his own form this season, the 26-year-old added: "It took me a while getting over the tiredness from the World Cup but I can feel my form coming back slowly."

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