JOSE ENRIQUE believes Wembley places will be up for grabs when Liverpool face Blackburn at Ewood Park tonight.
The left-back insists “no-one is safe” in Kenny Dalglish’s side after a run of just one win in the Reds’ last nine league games.
Enrique’s own form has dipped recently but he’s determined to raise the bar to help ensure Liverpool go into Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final with Everton in the capital on a high.
“When the team isn’t working we all have to improve,” Enrique said.
“I try to do my best but no-one is safe. Everyone has to improve and I have to improve a lot.
“I can only speak for myself but I want to play in every game and hopefully by playing against Blackburn I can get more confidence before the semi-final.
“We need to go to Blackburn and try to get a win. We are motivated and we’re creating chances. The only problem is we aren’t scoring enough goals.”
The Reds are out to break a sequence of four successive away league defeats against a Rovers side which has slipped back into the bottom three.