Martin Skrtel has urged Liverpool's owners to give interim boss Kenny Dalglish a permanent deal.
The Scot stepped in to take charge at the club on a temporary basis, after former boss Roy Hodgson parted ways with the Merseyside outfit due to a series of adverse results.
Having made a recovery under the guidance of the club legend, the centre-half believes that the Reds' board need to hire the former Celtic man on a permanent basis.
"If he gets a contract for a long time, I'll be very happy," Skrtel told LFC Weekly.
"Every day he makes work interesting and enjoyable. We are winning games now. You can tell Kenny is a winner.
"He knows how to take the pressure away and protect the squad. A lot has changed at the club recently, but the most important thing has been confidence. Kenny has given us that."
He added: "With confidence in football you can achieve great things. Everybody is happy now, looking forward to every single training session, every match."
The 26-year-old had hit a patch of poor form and was previously linked with a move away from the Reds, but remains adamant that has no reason to leave the club.
Skrtel said: "Why would I go anywhere else? I know I am at a huge club - one of the biggest in the world, with a history and a set of supporters that no other club can really match.
"We have great players like Stevie Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll. Not everybody gets to experience this. I am very proud to be here."