Saturday, 10th May, 2014

Former Liverpool manager Roy Evans believes the Reds are now firmly back on track and will challenge for silverware in coming seasons, while not ruling them out of lifting this year's Premier League.

Liverpool currently sit second in the Premier League and need to win their last game of the season, at home to Newcastle, while hoping West Ham can defeat Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Evans thinks that is possible, but regardless of what happens, he believes Liverpool are now firmly "back".

"I just think there's a belief in the whole ethic that Brendan Rodgers has that the club is back on track and we feel that we're going to challenge for trophies, and maybe go away with the big one this year", the former manager said to LFC TV.


And Evans has declared meeting the club's expectations this season to be mission accomplished.

"Our target was to get Champions League and that's been done, so there's only one thing to play for now. But I think the fans have loved the style of play and that's been the most important thing."

Evans also believes Liverpool are perfectly placed to build upon what they have achieved this term.

"And as you go forward, being in the Champions League, you've got a better chance of buying top players, so that can only take us forward in the years to come", he concluded.

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