The Croatian midfielder won four awards throughout his period at Anfield but asserted he fought to get to grips with life in Anfield.
The Croatian midfielder was brought to Anfield in December 2000.
He’d spend close to five years on Merseyside, with 117 looks taken four parts of silverware gathered — using a Community Shield victory additionally savoured.
Biscan’s versatility was shown to be a helpful advantage as he guessed in many different places, but he never really convinced during his period in English soccer.
The 41-year-old, who’s moved into training, admits that he didn’t live up to expectations, telling Liverpool’s official site: “The chief explanation is I was not great enough, to tell the truth.
“It took me time to actually accommodate and comprehend and find my place in the group, within the group within this kind of football.
“It was not simple and I did not play much. I simply wanted to change several things about how I consider the game; I did it when I did this, once I changed a few things, obviously I had to be patient and give myself a bit time.
“Subsequently it was OK,” I felt much better and believed I could play a lot simpler.”
Biscan was a routine under Rafa Benitez, together with the Spanish coach coming in 2004, also shaped component of the group that claimed that a memorable Champions League crown from AC Milan in 2005.
“Perhaps that has been the primary thing for me personally since I believed I could offer my best in that place and it was shown to be authentic.
“This year [2004-05] was very famous at the ending; it turned out to be a particular period, and also for me as well since I’d say that year was the only season from the five I had been there I actually, I think, played with the amount near the very top of my skills.
“At least that is what I believed. And I contributed how I expected to donate during the entire period I had been there.
Luckily for me, I was able to achieve at least that amount of quality I could play a part.”