I think they're improving. I gave them some slack at the beginning precisely because they were new to this and have been slow to criticise providing I could see discernible signs of progress. I think in most respects there are these signs. It's difficult, of course, because all of our competitors will also be seeking to improve and, by and large, have done so over the period of FSG's ownership as well. Albeit, the gap between where we were when FSG took over and where they are now is much smaller. I don't think they've grown commercial revenue anywhere near as well as I expected them to given that ought to be one of their fortes - if you look at their % increase of commercial revenue year-on-year since 2010 it's pretty poor. I think we're a good £50m behind where we ought to be on that front. In other respects I think they're taking us forward. Managerial appointment, internal appointments, Peter Moore, expanding the stadium, bringing the academy and first team together, contributing to the regeneration of the Anfield area and hopefully repairing community relations soured long before they came on the scene. I'd also like to see improvements in our in-house legal department but at some point those who are already there might actually reach the level we need. After all, if experience is learning from your mistakes they're accumulating experience at a pretty good rate. I'd give them a solid if unimpressive start, a mixed middle, an improving upward trend with areas for improvement still. I hope those areas are addressed as we've now got a good base from which to kick-on. It's incredibly important that we take this opportunity; we cannot afford not to.