Carragher wrote in the Daily Mail: "Qualifying for the Champions League would, considering where they were after losing to Crystal Palace on November 23, make this season a huge success. Adding the FA Cup would make it outstanding.
"Rodgers is aware that no Liverpool manager in modern history has gone three years without winning a trophy and his time will ultimately be measured by silverware, but he is on the right lines. Only Kenny Dalglish, after all, has taken more points from his first 104 league games.
"It has been interesting to see his name being talked of as a potential replacement for Manuel Pellegrini, should Manchester City make the decision to dispense with him at the end of the season, but that isn't something by which I am overly concerned.
"Whether you are a player or a manager, leaving Liverpool for domestic rivals is not something you do easily and Rodgers said recently he could not see himself managing another English club."
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