Liverpool skipper, Stephen Gerrard has admitted that his dream is to manage Liverpool someday.
He spoke in his role as a pundit during coverage of the club’s 1-0 victory over Besiktas in the Europa League knockout stages on Thursday.
His words: “I still see myself as a player, and I know how tough it is to be a manager.
“Who knows [if I’ll become Liverpool manager]? It is obviously a big dream of mine, but you have to be good enough first and foremost.
“It’s not just about saying you want to be a manager or you are going to be a manager.
“If you want to be a manager, you have to go out and prove yourself. It’s a long way away, I’ve still got a few years left to play and that is my main focus at the moment.”
He was reacting to a comment by team mate, Daniel Sturridge, who before the game, said Gerrard would make a perfect managerial material.