After enduring a disappointing start to life as a Liverpool player, midfielder Adam Lallana is adamant there’s plenty more to come from him, reports ITV
“There’s still more to come. I feel it’s going to be a gradual process. There are lots of games coming, so hopefully my best form is not too far away. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy joining Liverpool, but it’s an opportunity I am delighted to have. I wouldn’t change it for the world. I’ll always give it my all and work my hardest, whether I’m playing well or not,” he said.
Lallana, 26, has made six Premier League appearances for Liverpool since his move from Southampton, scoring once. He’s only played a full 90 minutes on two occasions, with manager Brendan Rodgers have continually hauled him of the pitch due to a lack of influence.
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