Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish lamented his side's late 1-0 defeat to Swansea on the final day of the season.
The Reds slumped to defeat thanks to Danny Graham's late strike as they finished in eighth spot and below neighbours Everton in the table.
Dalglish felt the defeat was harsh on Liverpool after creating the better goalscoring opportunities in the second half after Swansea dominated the first half.
"I think we finished the stronger team, the second half we got ourselves together so it is disappointing not to take something from the game," admitted Dalglish.
"I think they were probably better in the first half. Second half we played a lot better than the first half and it was a fantastic save from Andy's overhead kick, so it is disappointing not to take something from the game.
"Congratulations to Swansea, they have had a great season winning in front of their own fans and sending them away with a good taste in their mouth."
Asked what he made of Liverpool's season, Dalglish said: "We will go home and revise the season and see what happens."