Reds' 2-1 defeat to Chelsea in Saturday's FA Cup final has left the Danish defender wounded but determined to bounce back with a strong end to the Premier League seasonDaniel Agger has conceded that Liverpool are feeling the disappointment of Saturday's FA Cup heartbreak, but is targeting maximum points from their remaining Premier League games to make up for it.
The Reds' dramatic 2-1 loss against Chelsea came in stark contrast to their League Cup triumph over Cardiff in February, and Agger is still trying to come to terms with the defeat.
"There's not much more to say right now. We are all just so disappointed. Nobody likes to be a loser," he told the club's official website.
"We have got two games left in the season and we have got to try and win them. That is how we will start to move forward. It is difficult right now to think about anything else."
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The first of Liverpool's final two fixtures comes against their cup conquerors on Tuesday night, giving the 27-year-old a quick chance at revenge.
His side's lacklustre form in the league, however, has left them in ninth place ahead of the rematch with the Blues, but Agger believes that Kenny Dalglish's men can challenge more seriously next season.
"Can we challenge the top teams next season? Yes, of course. We have moved forward a lot this season but right now the only feelings are of disappointment," he continued.
"When you get into an FA Cup final, you really want to win it. Nobody ever remembers the runners-up."