Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has reaffirmed his whatever happens, happens attitude towards the Reds’ qualification for Europe this season.
With Liverpool traveling to Fulham on Monday night, results for the Reds were favourable this weekend with Tottenham being held by Blackpool and Manchester City losing at Everton – although the Reds have slipped to sixth place in the league.
Dalglish insists the Reds will just continue to try and keep winning and if that means qualification for Europe next season, then great.
“I find it very difficult to predict the future,” he said. “We’ve always said we would get our reward at the end of the season – we never set ourselves any target.
“We don’t have the Europa League problem yet and so until it arises we don’t have to solve anything – the biggest problem I have is Fulham on Monday night.
“There will be problems to be solved at the end of the season and if we get the Europa League that will be one of the problems. Planning for next season started a good while ago – Europe is just one thing which has to be taken into consideration but you cannot predict what is going to happen so there is no point in worrying about that.”