Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish will complete a domestic clean sweep of trophies should they win the Carling Cup final on Sunday.

The pressing concern for Dalglish centres around getting Liverpool back in the winning habit and this is not an opportunity that he will allow to be squandered.

"It doesn't really matter (about) me," said Dalglish, whose has amassed 24 major honours playing for Celtic and Liverpool. "The football club is more important than me. We are not going for selfishness or individual glory. We are going (to Wembley) to better this football club.

"It doesn't matter who is involved. The football club is more important than us and the glory and success is more important than us. That is not to say when you get success you don't enjoy it. Of course you do. But the football club has to come first."