Steven Gerrard's "fantastic" work at Rangers will make him a main contender to replace Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool manager, says Anfield legend Sir Kenny Dalglish.
After 710 appearances and Champions League success as a Liverpool player, Gerrard left his youth coach role to take the Rangers job three years ago.
"For me it's not a shock he's done that well," said Dalglish.
"I always thought he'd be a really good manager wherever he went.
"He took a big step to go to Rangers. He knew the size of the club and what it means to millions of people.