Gerrard targets 2014 World Cup
ENGLAND skipper Steven Gerrard insists he wants to lead the country to the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
Prior to this summer's European Championship, Gerrard hinted he would be considering his international future at the end of the tournament.
However, the 32-year-old seems to have been given a new lease of life by the arrival of Roy Hodgson, who immediately installed the Merseysider as his captain.
Gerrard has thrived on the responsibility and, until Sunday night's quarter-final exit to Italy in Kiev, had been England's player of the tournament. And he has confirmed a desire to extend his stint with the national side.
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"I have had a brief chat with the manager and told him I am available as long as I am wanted at this level," said Gerrard. "I have loved it (the captaincy). I have loved the responsibility. I have enjoyed every minute of it. I have tried my best and gave it everything I have got."