By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Adam has established himself as a regular in the Liverpool starting eleven since joining from Blackpool amidst much fanfare last year and helped the Reds win their first trophy since 2006 with success in the Carling Cup.
The Reds however had a dismal season in the league and the club finished eighth in the table, their worst league showing in 18 years.
This led to the dismissal of former manager Kenny Dalglish and after months of speculation over the vacant managerial spot, Liverpool chairman Tom Werner eventually decided to appoint Brendan Rodgers as manager.
The appointment of Rodgers has been praised in many quarters and Adam is one of those who believes that the former Swansea manager is the right man for the job.
"The table never lies and we simply weren't good enough to get higher than eighth. But that's gone now. We've got a new manager, who has new ideas - and the feeling here is that we can do much, much better," Adam was quoted as saying on Liverpool's official website.
"Of course, things don't happen overnight in football. But if you have the right balance, the right group of players and you work hard, anything can happen.
Swansea thrilled observers with their exciting and fluid style of play last season and Adam has credited Rodgers as the man responsible for transforming the unfancied team into a force to be reckoned with.
"Just look at what the manager achieved at Swansea.
"They played some terrific football last season and deserved every plaudit.
"Brendan Rodgers identified the players who would be able to play the system of football he believes in and they played with total belief and absolutely no fear.
"If he can get his ideas to work here like he did at Swansea, then I am sure he will be a successful Liverpool manager."
Adam's debut season for Liverpool was hampered by injuries but he still managed to make 35 appearances for the club, scoring two goals in the process.