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Pepe Reina is convinced that Brendan Rodgers' methods will help re-establish Liverpool FC among the Premier League's elite.
It has been a mixed first season at the helm for the Northern Irishman with the Reds out of all the cups and seventh in the Premier League with eight games remaining.
Inconsistency has blighted Liverpool's progress but Reina believes the foundations have been put in place for the club's revival.
The Spanish keeper says the style of play Rodgers has implemented at Anfield will reap rewards over the coming years.
"My relationship with the manager is very good," Reina said. "I think we have got a lot of ideas in common. There is understanding about tactics and the way we see football is quite similar.
"I am very happy with our manager.
"He is making sure we are learning every day the way to win and that's important. If we play good football then we will be closer to winning games.
"There's no doubt I am more involved more with my feet than before but so is the team. The amount of passes in every game is going higher and higher compared to last season. It's a different style and philosophy - I am happy about it.
"I think given time and as long as the players follow him it will be good. It will become a great side - one which is difficult to beat."
The 30-year-old's optimism about the future and his pride at being Liverpool's No 1 for the past eight years shines through in new LFC TV programme 'Reina: Life Through a Lens', which airs for the first time on Monday, March 25 at 9pm.
Reina, who has clocked up 386 appearances since his £6million move from Villareal in 2005, was presented with a selection of iconic images from his career and spoke about his memories:
Liverpool v Barcelona, UEFA Cup semi-final second leg, April 19 2001
It was so long ago I had hair! It was both a great day and a sad day for me. It was great to play at Anfield with Barcelona aged just 18. The atmosphere was great but sadly we lost the game.
There was a handball in the first half and Gary McAllister scored the winning penalty after a handball from Patrick Kluivert. I'll remember that night always. In the second half, when I was heading towards the Kop, they clapped me. I was looking behind me for a Liverpool player! Suddenly, I realised it was for me and I clapped them back - it was emotional. My career at the top level has been 13 years and my time at Barcelona was an important start for me.
Liverpool v Manchester United, Premier League, October 25 2009
This is the goal from Ngog on the counter-attack to win the game against United at Anfield. When he was heading towards Van der Sar I was already on the halfway line so I reached him first to celebrate! It was a special afternoon. The rivalry is unbelievable and for the supporters we know what it means.
It's always a pleasure to try to beat them, especially at Anfield with our fans behind us. Sometimes I just have to celebrate goals on my own. But that was the last minute and I joined my team-mates as I wanted to be part of that joy.
Liverpool v Chelsea, Champions League semi-final second leg, May 1 2007
That was probably my best night in Liverpool so far. I saved the first penalty of he shootout from (Arjen) Robben and to win the way we did was so special. The atmosphere that night was the best I've experienced in 13 years by a country mile. I don't think I will experience anything close to that night again. Hopefully I'm wrong and there are still big nights in front of us but the atmosphere, the noise and the passion of the supporters was unbelievable.
Liverpool v West Ham, FA Cup final, May 13 2006
It was the biggest trophy I've won so far with Liverpool. It was just 10 months after I had joined Liverpool and it was a very happy day. There was a mixture of emotions because during the game I wasn't at my best.
But in extra time and in the penalty shootout I did well. It was a hot day and I remember I was a bit nervous. At times my legs were shaking. But I recovered well and tried to be as focused as possible in the shootout. With the late equaliser Stevie G gave me the opportunity to get back into the game and I felt relief when we won.
Liverpool v AC Milan, Champions League final, May 23 2007
I'm still proud to be part of that team and to have been involved in a Champions League final. Sadly, no one remembers the team in second place. It was unlucky as we deserved more. I felt so sorry for all our fans. We wanted to lift the trophy for them. We tried our best and over the 90 minutes I thought we were the better team but it wasn't meant to be. Milan scored luckily from a free-kick and then punished us with a counter-attack in the second half.
Liverpool v Cardiff City, Carling Cup final, February 26 2012
It wasn't as important as the FA Cup but after six years without a trophy we were so happy to get one. It was good for the mentality of the players - to be back winning again after so long. To play at Wembley is different. It's huge and a unique stadium. All our supporters were there and we won it on penalties with drama right until the end It's our way for things never to be easy!