Dalglish Coy On Transfers in the Aftermath of Comeback Victory

Kenny silent over Transfers

Kenny silent over Transfers

In the aftermath of his first victory as his return to Liverpool manager, Kenny Dalglish is remaining tight lipped over potential future signings for the club.

The Liverpool legend saw his team record their first victory under his second stint as manager, and Dalglish believes his team can now kick on from here and climb the Premiership table.

Already there appears to be a shape developing to Liverpool’s play in the early stages of Dalglish’s return.

Fernando Torres appears to be returning to his best, and with Raul Merieles having now scored two in two, he has injected some much needed creativity into the Liverpool midfield, particularly in the absence of Captain Steven Gerrard.

Liverpool have already seen a bid for Blackpool Captain Charlie Adam been rejected, and they continue to be linked with Ajax star striker Luis Suarez.

However, Dalglish was reluctant to give any information on potential signings when told a reporter; “If we’ve got business to do we’ll do it behind closed doors”.

“Once there’s a story to tell about anybody we’ll let you know, but we have no stories to tell about anything” stated Dalglish.

Although he remained tight lipped on his dealing, the Scot’s man didn’t rule out the arrival of new signings when he said; “I know what’s going on, but that doesn’t mean I have to tell you”.

Liverpool desperately needed a victory at Wolves today, and with Captain Gerrard to return, Dalglish will feel his side are on the road to recovery.

“The way the lads competed was fantastic and it was a reflection of what they’d been like since we’ve come in” Dalglish said.

The Liverpool manager spoke about the unity and morale of the team, and how they are focused on resurrecting the clubs poor season.

“We are one unit, there’s no division at this football club. So we need to stick together, and if we stick together then we’ve always got a chance” Dalglish stated.

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