Dalglish vows to bring glory days back to Liverpool fans

London, May 13: Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has vowed to bring the glory days back to the fans who have been so desperate to see him back for good.

Dalglish has transformed the club since replacing the sacked Roy Hodgson on January 8. Only Chelsea having won more Premier League points over the same period.

Liverpool’s American owners flew to England to finalise a permanent deal for Dalglish yesterday.

Dalglish, 60, said: “This is a unique football club and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to help build something special here again.”

“We said at the outset if we stick together and work together then it makes it easier to produce better results. And that is the main reason why results have improved. We’ve got the reward for that with a great number of points.

“The place is much more stable now than before, the fans have a wee smile on their faces and it’s up to us to keep it there for as long as possible. Everyone is pulling in the same direction – everyone wants the selfsame thing,” The Sun quoted him, as saying.

Dalglish said he wanted his caretaker role to become a permanent one from the second he returned to his spiritual home.

“I never had any doubt in my mind that once I got in it would be something I’d enjoy again. I also don’t think it ever crossed my mind that the decisive factor was going to be anything but results.

“The best way to get them is to get great people working with you and we did. I have always been well received by the fans and I am more pleased they have got a smile on their face now. I’m just delighted it’s gone as well as it has,” he said. (ANI)