Skipper admits complacency
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard has admitted the Reds were guilty of complacency after winning the Carling Cup in February.
Liverpool's form in the Premier League following the extra time and penalties win over Cardiff, has been poor and they have slipped down the table, but Gerrard says there will be no repeat of that following the FA Cup semi-final win over Everton on Saturday.
Liverpool are at home to West Brom on Sunday, Roy Hodgson's first return to Anfield since leaving in January 2011, and Gerrard claims the side will be fully focused.
The Reds skipper told the Liverpool Daily Post: "Were we complacent after the Carling Cup win? Yes. The proof is there.
"We won the Carling Cup and we should have gone on and moved up the league and put up a real fight to get in that top four. And it never happened.
"As a squad, we need to address that at the end of the season. But if we go on and win this cup, I think we can look at this season as a success as far as the cups are concerned."