Steven Gerrard Makes Honest Admission About Liverpool's Premier League Title Win
Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has revealed the club's Premier League triumph this season allowed him to bury his own title demons.
Jurgen Klopp's side sealed the club's first-ever Premier League title last month and will finally lift the trophy following Wednesday's clash with Chelsea.
The former England international the Match of the Day's Top 10 podcast per The Mirror: "First and foremost, for me it was fantastic to bury a few demons; not all the demons but obviously from  it was certainly a big relief.
"Being a Liverpool fan and ex-player I've known the big, long wait and I'm still in touch with a lot of the players that are in that dressing room so a lot of them shared that pain with me.
"It was fantastic for everyone connected to the club but it was mixed emotions in many ways because of my own experiences, being a fan and ex-player and a lot of my family are Liverpool fans as well.
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"To be honest with you, I'm still on a really big high watching all of the TV coverage and seeing all of the emotions flying about."
Gerrard also sung the praises of goalkeeper Alisson Becker as well as Virgil van Dijk, who have been key players for Liverpool since arriving in 2018.
"The two main pieces of the jigsaw looking at Liverpool very closely are the keeper (Alisson Becker) and (Virgil) van Dijk, for obvious reasons.
"I think Liverpool were a good team and exciting team before van Dijk and the keeper came, but they've just absolutely turned them into a world-class side and the jigsaw is complete with those two, they're absolutely phenomenal."
Gerrard posted a message to Instagram immediately after Liverpool were confirmed champions which read: "Congratulations to all @liverpoolfc on winning the premier league. Incredible achievement from a fantastic squad of top players . Lead by a world class manager and coaching team also a special mention for the backing from FSG . And lastly and most importantly the fans who have waited 30 years . Let the party begin."
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