Daniel Sturridge says that he doesn’t have “any worries” about next season as his Liverpool future remains uncertain.
Sturridge made his first Premier League start since January 2 on Sunday, and helped inspire the Reds to a crucial victory over West Ham.
The forward has found playing opportunities limited once more this season due to yet more struggles with injury, but he showed at the London Stadium that he will not be short of suitors this summer.
There is the possibility that he will remain at Anfield into next season, and the 27-year-old says that doesn’t have “any worries” about his future.
“The manager has shown faith in me and we have a good relationship as well,” Sturridge said.
“The fans have been different class. I don’t have any worries about next season.
“I am looking forward to this last game. We need the three points of course and then we’ll be in the Champions League.
“I felt sharp. I’m glad to be starting and glad to be providing some chances for the boys as well and it’s a great victory for us.
“It’s important for everyone at the club. We’ve been good the last few weeks but maybe we should have taken more points in some of the games.
“We rose to the occasion, we showed what we were about, we worked hard and kept the ball well and we did everything the manager asked of us.
“It’s a great feeling. This was an important game for us. It was a big one.
“We came here with the right attitude. We knew what we had to do and it’s great to get the victory.”