LIVERPOOL captain Steven Gerrard has revealed that his career will not feel complete if he isn't able to win a Premier League title with the club.
And on talk that Liverpool could challenge this season after a positive start that sees them currently sitting in second place, Gerrard added: "I think it's important for me as captain of the team not to raise expectations.
"Our dream and our plan at the beginning of the season was to break into the top four."
Finally, Gerrard praised the impact of Brendan Rodgers at Anfield, saying his commitment to playing the right way is starting to pay dividends.
Speaking to ESPNFC, Gerrard said: "It's a huge job at Liverpool -– it's a huge club –- and he came in with little experience, but I think he has done a wonderful job.
"Most important, he has changed the way we play … to pass the ball out of the back.
"He doesn't have a Plan B. Unlike previous managers, Brendan wants perfection with Plan A."