Rodgers hard at work despite international break

Liverpool manager Brendan RodgersLiverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers is using the international break wisely by searching for the winning formula his team have been lacking this season, according to the Daily Mail.

Liverpool haven’t had the best of starts to their Premier League campaign, with only six points from their first seven games.

While most of the Liverpool squad now join up with their national teams, Rodgers is already preparing for their next fixture against relegation candidates Reading on 20th October.

“Off the field, we’ve been speaking with our scouting team and analytical team in terms of looking at how Reading play and work, so there is a lot of work going on off the field in our preparation for the game” said the Northern Irishman, who is eager to get back in the dugout.

“It is frustrating, especially if you have drawn a game but played well, you want to get back on to the field and get into a match situation.”

The Anfield faithful will be pleased to hear that injured full-back Jose Enrique may soon return to help Liverpool steer their season back on track.

“Hopefully within the next week to 10 days he’ll be back out on the training field.

“He’s a terrific player, Jose, and has got great qualities. We hope we can get him back sooner rather than later,” Rodgers added.