Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says he only driven by a desire to put the club back where it belongs, rather than any personal ambition.
Ahead of tonight’s Europa League tie with Braga in Portugal, the Reds boss says he is taking every game as it comes – continuing his approach to his new job as “we’ll try to win as many as we can and see where it takes us”.
“It is no less an ambition to me than winning the next game,” said Dalglish, who celebrated his 60th birthday last week.
“It is not about Kenny Dalglish and my ambition, it is the club’s ambitions and they have an ambition to be in a much healthier position than they are at this time.
“We will strive to do our best to get as far up the table as we can and also in the Europa League and we will see where it takes us.
“But we won’t lose out on anything from a lack of desire.”
Braga vs Liverpool gets underway at 6pm tonight.