Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has maintained that the club can still achieve European qualification for next season, despite the club being five points adrift of fifth place.
Berndan Rodgers’ men have also played a game more than all but one of the top six, but Gerrard insists that they can catch those above them.
The Mirror have reported that Brendan Rodgers is still keen to strike a deal for Blackpool’s Tom Ince, despite the player apparently believing the chance of transfer has gone.
Liverpool made efforts to resign their former youth player during the January transfer window, but were wary of splashing out £6 million on a player running into to the last year of his contract.
Former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso has reportedly refused to sign a new contract at Real Madrid, paving the way for a possible return to Anfield.
Liverpool have rejected three separate loan approaches for Championship clubs for winger Raheem Sterling.
Leeds United, Bolton Wanderers and Cardiff City have all been rebuffed in their attempts to take the England international for the remainder of the season, after reports of the 18 year olds supposed availability were rubbished by Brendon Rodgers.
Liverpool have moved above local rivals Everton following an impressive come-from-behind victory over in form Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield.
The Reds took the lead on 21 minutes when neat built up play from Philippe Coutinho and Jose Enrique provided Luis Suarez with his twenty-eighth goal of the season, though Spurs levelled through defender Jan Vertonghen on the stroke of half time.
The Belgian grabbed a second eight minutes after the break to give Spurs a 2-1 lead, though a poor backpass from Kyle Walker gifted Stewart Downing an equaliser with just over twenty minutes left to play.
Steven Gerrard then fired the winner from the penalty spot after Benoit Assou-Ekotto then fouled Suarez in the box on 82 minutes, moving Liverpool to within two points of fifth place Arsenal, and seven behind the Champions League places.
After the game, skipper Gerrard declared that Suarez would “be the best player to have not won an award” should he not be crowned PFA or Football Writers Player of the Year.
The Uruguayan is currently second favourite with the bookmakers, behind Spurs’ Gareth Bale.
Elsewhere, the club have been linked with a move for Valencia’s defensive midfielder Sofiane Feghouli.
The Mirror report that the Reds scouts have been watching the 23 year old, who has 8 caps for Algeria.
Joe Cole has told ESPN.co.uk that he made mistake by signing for Liverpool.
The former England international, who signed for the Reds from Chelsea under the stewardship of Roy Hodgson back in July 2010, returned to boyhood club West Ham United in January.
Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar has backed his former team-mate Philippe Coutinho to excel at Liverpool.
The Brazilian midfielder signed for the Reds last month, and scored on his first Anfield start as Brendon Rodgers men beat Swansea City 5-0.
Martin Skrtel has revealed that he is unsure if he will start another game for Liverpool, having fallen out of favour with manager Brendon Rodgers.
The Slovakian defender has made just two appearances for the Reds since the 2-1 defeat by Manchester United back in January – the FA cup loss to Oldham and the Europa League first leg loss at Zenit St. Petersburg.
Martin Skrtel looks set to miss tonight’s crucial Europa League Round of 32 second leg tie with Zenit St. Petersburg.
The defender missed training with a knee injury, while Fabio Borini is out for the rest of the season following a clash with defender Kyle Bartley in Liverpool’s 5-0 win over Swansea City on Sunday.
Liverpool bounced back from back to back defeats by thumping Swansea City at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Steven Gerrard made a mends for his miss from twelve yards last Monday by burying a 34th minute penalty following Kemy Agustien’s foul on Luis Suarez.