Steven Gerrard speaks out about taking over Jurgen Klopp's managerial role at Anfield


Liverpool will need a new boss if Jurgen Klopp fails to extend his stay at Anfield and Steven Gerrard looks being up for the task

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Gerrard is continued to be tipped for a move back to Anfield to replace Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool manager.

Klopp's current contract with Liverpool ends in 2022 and he has so far failed to discuss his intentions after that.

Kop legend Gerrard appears the most logical replacement as he continue to impress north of the border with Rangers.

But,  despite speculations of his return, the former Liverpool captain is refusing to lose sight of his targets at the Scottish Premier League.

"I am very driven and ambitious and I haven't gone into this management lightly," said the former Liverpool captain.

"We feel like we have got a really good team and we are enjoying it.

"I get this question a lot about where I want to end up and what is the ambition and the dream - the dream for me is to just win the next football match.

"That is all I need to focus on. I don't need to put time-frames on this or that.

"I am really enjoying what I am doing and I am privileged to be in the position and the focus is the next three points or the next challenge. That is all I worry about.

"It will take me wherever it takes me, if that is to the top, fantastic, but I already feel like I am working for a top club now."

Gerrard currently has Rangers level with Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership after 12 matches and also stays second in their Europa League group with two matches remaining.

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