Jordan Henderson reveals whether Liverpool have any regrets after Premier League heartache

Jordan Henderson reveals whether Liverpool have any regrets after Premier League heartache

Jordan Henderson reveals whether Liverpool have any regrets after Premier League heartache

Liverpool "tried everything" to win the Premier League title but finishing second to Manchester City was "only the first step", says manager Jurgen Klopp.

The Reds, who last won the league in 1990, face Tottenham in the Champions League final on Saturday, 1 June.

While there was no lack of noise at Anfield on Sunday, probably the loudest cheer came for a goal scored not by a player in the squad but by the daughter of Mohamed Salah, who tucked one away into the Kop end goal after the match and received the sort of cheer that her father has grown accustomed to receiving.

City went into the final day one point ahead but went behind to Brighton at the Amex. They have 198 points in two years, that's special.

"What we have achieved is thanks to hard work and commitment of the boys but we want to go again. Today feels not so good but we have plenty of time to prepare for an important game in three weeks".

Sometimes at this stage of the campaign there is a temptation to make a few switches in personnel and look towards the future, but with Wolves playing a big role in the title picture on the final day, they appear to be showing respect to the competition and going with a full strength outfit.

"But I am not anxious that this is as good as it can be. The boys did that so I'm really happy".

"We gave everything. We got 97 points".

Liverpool needed to win their game and hope that Brighton caused an upset on the south coast against Man City.

Wolves have generally laid it down to the big six this term, and have an incredibly good record against them for a side embarking on their return campaign in the Premier League.

"We struggled a little bit today, we are human beings and it will be in your head, you can not deny it".

"We gave everything, but no regrets", he confirmed.

Matt Doherty has been arguably the division's outstanding right-sided player along with Alexander-Arnold, while on the left flank Jonny will be the man tasked with stopping Liverpool's right-back.

"We only lost one game and you expect to win the league".

He said: "We saw Chelsea and Arsenal [reach the Europa League final] - what's the difference between us?"

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