Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says that silverware and a return to Europe make this season a success for the Anfield club.
The Reds completed their home fixtures with a 4-1 thrashing of Champions League finalists Chelsea on Tuesday evening, taking some revenge for a 2-1 FA Cup final loss to the Blues at Wembley on Saturday.
Liverpool also won the Carling Cup earlier this season, while they are 11/10 with bookmaker to finish their Premier League campaign with a victory at Swansea City on Sunday.
A defiant Dalglish, whose side won only six of their 19 home league games this term, said: “We’ve got a bit of silverware back in the cupboard after six years, we’re back in Europe at the first time of asking, we were near to winning the FA Cup final. Not a bad first season (in charge for Dalglish).”
The Reds have won eight times on their travels in the league this season, as well as suffering nine defeats. Their only draw came in a goalless encounter with Wigan Athletic just before Christmas.