Gerrard asks fans not to panic
Liverpool and England skipper Steven Gerrard is refusing to panic after The Red's poor start to the new Premier League campaign.
Fans have been left frustrated after seeing their side make a stuttering start to the new season, leaving The Reds in the bottom three with just one point from their opening three fixtures.
Supporters may be lifted by the point earned in a tough home meeting with Champions Manchester City, but a lack of movement in the transfer window has left supporters questioning the set up of the club.
Transfer deadline day saw no new attacking options brought into the club but Andy Carroll secured a season long loan move away from Anfield joining West Ham.
However, Gerrard is keen not to get things out of proportion.
"When you're not winning football matches, it's tough," he said.
"But when you have my kind of experience, you don't panic after three games."
"We were fantastic against Manchester City and should have won."
"It's been a tough few weeks but it's not the time to panic. We can still take the club forward."