Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has backed Reds boss Kenny Dalglish to lead the club back to glory.
Dalglish has helped revitalize the club since replacing Roy Hodgson at Anfield last January and he was rewarded for his progress with a three-year deal in May.
Werner is happy with the job Dalglish is doing at Anfield and he is convinced he is the right man to bring silverware back to the club.
"We are enormously pleased that he is our coach, he provides great leadership on the pitch," Werner told Sky Sports News.
"I've been with him when he's talking to employees and when he's talking to supporter groups, and when he talks about Liverpool, this is a man who understands the club's history and our relentlessness when we were winning and hopefully he will bring trophies."
Werner also cooled talk that the club was exploring the option of ground sharing with neighbours Everton with both clubs considering moves away from Anfield and Goodison Park.
"There's the possibility of building a new stadium at Stanley Park; the one thing I will say is that there have been rumours that we're interested in the possibility of a share with Everton," added Werner.
"I won't ever say it completely [ruled out], but our fans don't want it so I think it's a non-starter."