A selection of the latest stories involving Liverpool Football Club this Thursday morning
The Northern Irishman also stressed the importance of having people around the club from the city such as Mike Marsh.
Rodgers said: “I had no doubts about bringing Colin to Liverpool. He’s a wonderful co-ordinator between the players and myself.
“I work closely with players. I talk and communicate with them a lot and Colin offers great support and that front. They respect him.
“Mike is a Liverpool boy who has a close affinity with the club. He is developing as a coach all the time and developing his communication with top players.
“Behind the team we have a really professional group of people. Everyone is working with a clear vision to be the best.”
For Reds’ boss Roy Evans has said that Rodgers has to win manager of the year, regardless of whether Liverpool become champions or not.
Evans told the Liverpool Echo: “No-one expected Liverpool to be where they are now. He has taken us from seventh last season to top with just five matches to go. He has done a fantastic job.
“I’ve been jumping out of my seat watching Liverpool this season and it’s been a long time since I’ve done that.
“The lads really look like they are enjoying their football and they are a pleasure to watch. They deserve to be where they are. The league table doesn’t lie.”