Dublin added: “He does care, but he’s all about progressing, getting better and keeping up with whoever he needs to keep up with.”
Despite already clinching the title by virtue of second-place Manchester City losing to Chelsea last week, Liverpool will have to wait until they’re officially presented with the Premier League trophy.
The Reds knew that any title celebration wouldn’t come until the final home game of the season against Chelsea, but that game is likely to be moved back even further due to Frank Lampard’s side’s progression in the FA Cup.
They will now face Manchester United in the semi-finals, which will take place on either July 18 or 19 at Wembley.
Liverpool had been scheduled to face Chelsea at Anfield on July 18, meaning that fixture will be moved.
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