Date: 13th May 2012 at 10:44pm
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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says he thought his side deserved a point today at Swansea City.

The Reds looked poor in the first half, as they barely tested goalkeeper Michel Vorm, but they did show improvement after the break.

The game looked like heading for a goalless draw, until Danny Graham scored after converting a cross from the right flank.

It was the perfect ending to a remarkable debut season in the Premier League, as the Swans finished in 11th place.

The same couldn’t be said for Liverpool though. A season to forget for them after only finishing in 8th, and Dalglish was annoyed when asked if he expected to still be managing the club next year.

Dalglish told Sky Sports:

‘I think on the second-half performance, the least they deserved was a point,’

‘We’ve got to keep believing and in credit to the players they have kept believing.

‘The passing and moving at times has been excellent and the goalkeeper’s save to stop Andy was fantastic. We just have to keep going and maybe next year the luck will change for us.

‘We won’t run away from the points tally or hide or say the points tally is satisfactory to anyone who works for or supports Liverpool Football Club. We will face up to reality. The performances have been excellent in a lot of cases but not the points tally, so we will try our best to correct that.’