Martin Skrtel wants Kenny Dalglish to stay at Liverpool

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Martin Skrtel wants Kenny Dalglish to stay at
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has emerged as the latest player to demand Reds caretaker manager Kenny Dalglish to take the place permanently at Anfield.
The Slovakian centre back hailed the impact of Dalglish at the Merseyside club and claimed that he has been inspirational since his arrival at the club.
The 26-year-old said, “For me, and the rest of the players, it is a great feeling to be working with Kenny Dalglish - he is a legend and an icon and I can't tell you how it inspires you. I will try to do my best for him, and so will the rest of the players.
He has lifted the place and there has been a change of atmosphere in the last few weeks. We have got some good results and we are looking forward with confidence now.”
Kenny Dalglish took the charge when former Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson left the club with mutual consent following Reds poor run of form in the Barclays Premier League season of 2010-11. Since the arrival of Dalglish, things have dramatically changed at
Dalglish has helped Liverpool climb into the top half of the table despite spending most of the season in the lower half of the Barclays Premier League standings.
Skrtel admitted that Liverpool have hugely transformed since the arrival of the former Blackburn manager and claimed that the Reds’ season is right on track.
Kenny Dalglish managed his first European match since the 1985 Heysel Tragedy, when Liverpool endured a goalless draw away against Sparta recently.
Martin Skrtel, who has become the vital member of Kenny Dalglish’s squad, has admitted that Europa League is now their priority and they would do their best to win the title.
He added, “The Europa League is important now, and we will give it everything, because success in the competition could save the season for us.”



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