Roy Hodgson pleads for time as Liverpool boss targets Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge

04 January 2011 12:57
Roy Hodgson has pleaded with Liverpool's American owners to give him the chance to increase his influence on the team and prove he is the right man for the job.

Despite Fenway Sports Group making plans to bring in a new manager, Hodgson said: 'I'm hoping one day I will get a chance to stamp a little bit more of my authority and philosophy on the team by choosing some more of the players (Liverpool buy).'

Liverpool are pondering moves for Ajax striker Luis Suarez, Fulham target Lacina Traore, of Cluj, and remain keen on a loan deal for Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge.

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