Liverpool captain Gerrard: I've been disappointed with my form

The Reds skipper believes he has yet to find any consistency in the first half of the campaign but is confident that he and the the team can finish the season strongly.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard does not believe he has found his best form in the first half of the Premier League season.

The 32-year-old has made 28 appearances for the Reds in all competitions so far this season, scoring four goals. Gerrard has been critical of his own performances, though, especially his goal scoring record, but he is adamant that his form will improve as the season progresses.

"I've had mixed experiences this season," Gerrard told reporters. "I've passed some unbelievable landmarks for club and country, getting to the 600 games mark and winning my 100th cap for England. But with the slow start we made and being where we have in the league it's been a bit mixed for me.

"There's my form as well. I've played well in some games but I've been disappointed with myself in others and I'm not happy with my goal tally at the moment. People's opinions, perceptions and the way they judge you changes when you get a goal.

"I think my performances are getting closer to where I want them to be, so if I can add goals to those performances then maybe people will start saying the old Steven Gerrard is back."

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