Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told his growing army of critics: “I’ll never quit”.
The Liverpool boss says he wants to be a manager for 1,000 games and insists he is still the best man to turn around what seems a grim situation for his Reds.
As quoted on the Daily Mirror website, he said: “No, no. No chance. No. I want to be a manager and the target in my own mind is to get to 1,000 games.
“I would love that to be here [with Liverpool], but I’m a realist – I’ve got realism in my professional life and I know to get there you are looking at 20-odd years, and I may have another five or six jobs to do it.
“Whilst I’m here, I’ll always do the best I can.
“I’m never going to walk away because I’ll always have belief that I can improve players and make things better.”