Steven Gerrard says Liverpool cannot afford anymore slip-ups in their efforts to secure a Champion’s League place for next season.
The Reds captain admitted confidence is high in the Anfield dressing room following Saturday’s 10 man victory over Everton in the Merseyside derby and hopes the team can carry that momentum into their game against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.
“Everybody is still on a high and now we have got to take that high into the next game,” he said.
“It’s a tough one, Arsenal away always is, but we have used beating Everton as a platform in the past and we’ve got to do it again.
“We want to extend our run and go on to better things as we can’t afford any slip-ups because there is pressure coming from Tottenham, Manchester City and Aston Villa.”