Midfielder remains hopeful that Reds can catch Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs.
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson believes the club can still qualify for next season’s Champions League despite trailing fourth-place Chelsea by ten points with 11 games to play.
Brendan Rodgers side can fully focus on the Premier League after being knocked out of the Europa League by Zenit St Petersburg last week, while Oldham Athletic beat the Reds in the FA Cup in January.
The Anfield club currently lie eight, and face a battle to finish in the Europa League spots, let alone top four.
But Henderson remains hopeful the Reds can catch the teams above them.
“We can take a lot out of the last two games,” Henderson told Liverpool’s website.
“They were good performances and good results. Unfortunately we didn’t end up qualifying for the next round of the Europa League but we gave it our best shot.
“We’ve got 11 games left and want to succeed in those games. We’ve done well of late. I think we’ve been playing some good stuff – we’re still improving.
Tottenham currently sit third on 51 points, with fifth-placed Arsenal trailing their neighbours by four points ahead of Sunday’s North London derby.
Henderson knows that to make up ground on the London trio will be tricky but the 22-year-old remains in a confident mood.
“[To qualify for the Champions League] would be a massive achievement. We’ll give it our best shot. We know it will be difficult but we still believe we can do it.
“The coming games will be a good chance for us to showcase what we want to achieve.”