New Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has insisted that he has no worries about handling the pressures of football management following his return to the helm at Anfield, and is determined to bring the club back to the top.
Dalglish began his second spell in charge of Liverpool on Saturday, following the sacking of Roy Hodgson, and returns to the same Anfield hotseat that he left some 20 years previously.
The Scot won the Premier League title in 1995 with Blackburn Rovers but hasn't been in charge of a side for over a decade.
However, after his first game back in charge of Liverpool, the 1-0 FA Cup third round defeat by Manchester United, Dalglish is confident he can cope with the pressures of football management once more.
"I'll deal with the pressure the same way everyone else deals with it," Dalglish told reporters after the loss.
"You go about your job to the best of your ability and what happens happens.
"How do you know you can do anything unless you try it? I'll give it everything I've got to put this club in a better position – whether that will be sufficient for everyone I don't know.
"All I can do is promise what I did when I signed for the club in 1977, they will get 100 per cent effort from Kenny Dalglish and that is the way I'll go about it."