Liverpool icon Kevin Keegan has warned his old club against getting carried with this season's turnaround.
Keegan feels the current squad still isn't top four material.
"They have a long way to go to make it to the top four," he told the Daily Mail. "Steven Gerrard will come back. You assume that Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll - raw but the best header of a ball I've ever seen and I don't say that lightly - will be back. And you have to fit Dirk Kuyt in, so he'll have to play on the wing, and he's not a winger.
"Then you start to think if Liverpool scare people as they used to. No. You would respect them totally. But not be scared by them. They have to build a new stadium and that means finding £300m. On top of that they have to rebuild the side.
"Kenny will be telling everyone not to be fooled by this run. It's come at a time when there's no real pressure. He deserves the job 100 per cent, 110 per cent if that's possible."