Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam has no regrets over his move to Liverpool.

Adam is proud of what Liverpool achieved in a season in which cup success ended a six-year wait for a trophy, but failed to mask a dismal Premier League campaign.

"Kenny Dalglish was the greatest to play for Liverpool and Scotland, so for someone like that to sign me was an honour," he told the Daily Mail.

"It was difficult when he left but the owners put a lot of money into the club and felt they had to change the manager.

"Time wasn't on Kenny's side but Brendan Rodgers will get the time. There's a lot of pressure but he'll get it right. I enjoyed my year there and I think it was successful. We got to a Carling Cup final which we won and an FA Cup final we lost. It's a great place to play and I'm looking forward to going back."