Kenny reveals Reds progress
Kenny Dalglish says he has no regrets about returning as Liverpool manager and says the club are heading the right way.
Liverpool are way off the pace in the title race and will again miss out on Champions League football while Dalglish has also come in for criticism following the Luiz Suarez race row and some of his signings have also been questioned.
The Reds have slipped to some poor results in the league this season but they have won the Carling Cup and have progressed through to the FA Cup where they will meet Chelsea and Dalglish has no regrets.
Liverpool today take on West Brom managed by the man Dalglish replaced, Roy Hodsgon, and the Scot says he has no regrets about taking over at the helm.
"I was asked to come back here and it was an honour to be asked. There was no hesitation in the decision to come back and, if I was asked tomorrow, I would do exactly the same thing," Dalglish revealed.
"How people are going to judge our season, that's up to them. But I know if they want to batter me, that's fine. As long as the club aren't suffering, that will do for me."
"I think the club have moved forward really well. We have a longer-term view than five or six games."