posted on Oct, 8 2004 @ 06:23 AM
Harry Kewell has insisted he will come good for Liverpool after admitting he can do "a lot better."
The 26-year-old Australian has struggled again this season to live up to the form which he initially showed after moving from Leeds for £5m a year
But since those opening weeks he has failed to attain much consistency and has seen his place come under threat this term from youngster Stephen
However Kewell, who is currently in Brisbane preparing for Australia's World Cup qualifying double-header against the Solomon Islands, is certain he
will soon prove his critics wrong.
He said: "I know I can do a lot better. There are things I have to improve on and there are things the team has to improve on as well. There's a lot
more to come from me, that's for sure.
"I am one of my biggest critics where football is concerned. I never play a good game. I always think I can do things better. I am quite sure my form
will improve over the rest of the season.
"We have a new manager here and it's a transition time for all of us. The boss will get the best out of the team and out of the players.
"The important thing is I know what I am capable of. If people want to criticise me then fair enough. I know what I can do and I'm quite sure I'll do
it. I'd like to see where the critics go then."
He has been a massive flop! Too much of a playboy, not enough football.
[Edited on 10/8/2004 by TeflonDon]