Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Pepe Reina says Reds will bounce back

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina believes Liverpool will bounce back from defeat and says the team should not be written off.

"The fans can trust us until the end because as a team we have always been strong," said Reina to the official site.

"Obviously we are disappointed because it is not normal for us to play three games and lose two of them, but we have to look forward, try to improve and carry on with our title challenge.

"We are the same team as last season - the same team that won 86 points in the league.

"Nothing has changed except that some players have left and some have come in, but we are still a strong team.

"We have plenty of good players in the dressing room and we have to look forward because as soon as we win two or three games in a row things will change a lot."

"Teams like Villa, Tottenham and Man City will be involved in the title race and I think the eventual champions will probably win no more than 82 points this season."

"Tottenham are playing at a good level. They were probably better than us in the first game of the season, especially in the first half.

"But it is too early to speak about teams. We have to wait a little bit longer."

"I am pleased that I have probably had two good games at the beginning of the season, but I can't be happy because we have lost two out of three," he said.

"I know Rafa trusts me and it is positive when you feel this trust on yourself. All I can do is keep working and trying to improve. I am only 26, so there is still plenty of time for me to improve.

"But every single player, member of staff and everybody who works at Liverpool help make up this great club, and it is each of us that can help Liverpool be successful."

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