Daniel Agger has set his sights on reaching 200 Premier League games for Liverpool after making his 100th appearance in the win over West Brom.
The Danish international reached the milestone in the 2-0 victory at the Hawthorns and he would have acheieved the feat earlier in his Anfield career only for injuries to hold up his progress.
Agger is happy to reach the 100 mark and admits he is enjoying his football now he has overcome his injury problems.
"It's special to play 100 league games for Liverpool and it has been a long time coming because of the unlucky injuries I have had," Agger told the club's official website.
"Hopefully now I can have an injury free run and I hope now to keep on going and play another 100 games for this club.
"I am enjoying my football now. I feel I have been unlucky with injuries and hopefully I can get some good luck now because it means a lot to me to play for this club."
Meanwhile, Agger was delighted to keep a clean sheet against West Brom and believes they can take a lot of positives from the display into next weekend's home clash with Swansea.
"It was so important for us to keep a clean sheet and that is always good for us defenders and great for the whole team as well," added Agger.
"I thought we played well and deserved the three points. We are happy and we have to continue this form and keep winning games.
"I think we can take a lot from this result and we now look ahead to the next game against Swansea at home and try and get another three points."