Steven Gerrard says Liverpool don't rely on him too much and believes his team mates will prove their worth in the FA Cup final.
The Reds captain has been the hero for the red half of Merseyside on a number of occasions, especially in cup finals when he has inspired his team to victory.
The last time Liverpool reached the FA Cup final he scored two spectacular goals as the Reds beat West Ham on penalties in 2006 in what has been dubbed 'the Gerrard final'.
The year before that Gerrard had been the inspiration as Liverpool came from three goals down to win the Champions League and Reds fans will be hoping he can recapture some of that magic for Saturday's game at Wembley.
Liverpool face Chelsea at the home of English football looking to complete a domestic double after they lifted the Carling Cup in February.
Having struggled in the Premier League since that win over Cardiff, supporters could be forgiven for looking towards Gerrard to inspire their team again in a final.
However, the 31-year-old has rubbished talk Liverpool rely on him and says it will need to be a team effort to get the better of Chelsea.
"I don't think so. We beat Everton in a massive game at Wembley (the semi-final) not so long ago and I didn't get the goals," he said.
"So we've certainly got players in and around the squad who can be match-winners. Not all the pressure's on me. It's up to everyone to deliver trophies for this club.
"Maybe the knockout nature of the cups has brought the best out of us this season.
"But what it also shows is that when we are down, under the cosh and under pressure, this team is never beaten."