Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is looking forward to breaking another club record.

Carragher is set to become the club's second-highest appearance maker next Monday at Fulham having gone level with Emlyn Hughes and Ray Clemence on 665 against Newcastle.

"It is something to look back on at the end of your career - just to be anywhere near these people is a great honour for me," said the veteran centre-back, who is captaining the team in the absence of the injured Steven Gerrard.

"For now I want to look forward, to get more appearances, and hopefully help the club do well and win trophies."

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