Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has said that he will have no regrets when he departs the club to join MLS giants Los Angeles Galaxy this summer, according to The Sun.
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The 34-year-old clocked up his 500th appearance for the Mersey big hitters in the goalless draw with West Brom last weekend, and with just five more games to go before he ends his long standing association with the club, he has said that he just wants to be remembered as a player that gave everything to the Anfield cause.
Gerrard has collected a healthy series of silverware during his time with the Reds, picking up a Champions League, two FA Cups, three League Cups, the Uefa Cup and two Super Cups.
“I’m a young boy from a council estate who has worked ever so hard to get to where I am. I’ve been lucky I’ve had a fantastic career,” he said.
“It’s been full of highs and lows but some of the highs I’ve achieved have blown me away.
“I’ve achieved a lot of my dreams playing for Liverpool and England as well.
“I want to be remembered just as someone who gave his best every time he took to the pitch, be that the training pitch or at the stadiums.
“Someone who gave it everything he had.”