Jamie Carragher says Liverpool will be in a healthy position when he leaves and feels they have improved as the season has worn one.
The centre-back has decided to call it a day at the end of the current campaign, although he could well remain at the club in some sort of coaching capacity, and he will be missed by Brendan Rodgers.
Carragher believes that, after a shaky start to the campaign, the side have grown and are showing they will be fine in the long run.
He said: “Looking at the season I think if you remember the start it was difficult with the transfer window situation.
“From the start we had a lot of young lads in there and it wasn’t easy.
“The second half of the season there has been more experience and the manager has implemented his ideas more and you can see that in results in and around January-February time when we went on a decent run.
“The manager made a couple of signings (striker Daniel Sturridge and midfielder Philippe Coutinho) in January which gave us a boost so we’re showing positive signs but we have to take it into next season.”
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