Rodgers optimistic over Liverpool top four chances

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers remains optimistic of their top four chances after victory over Swansea City.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers remains optimistic of their top four chances after victory over Swansea City.

Rodgers, conscious that his positive outlook is often used as a negative against him, admits there is plenty of work still to do in the remaining 11 matches.

"I am an optimist, you have to be, but we'll not get too carried away," he said.

"I've likened us to a marathon runner just getting ready for the finish line, ready to make our move, and then we trip ourselves up.

"That is something we have to change going forward for the remainder of the season and finish as strong as we can."

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