Roberto Firmino
Roberto Firmino Brazil Liverpool

Mo Salah and Sadio Mane have been lapping up all the honours for Liverpool’s attacking prowess this season but Bobby Firmino has also been quietly doing his job.

So far, the forward has contributed three goals and eight assists for the Reds which is not a small number especially when you realise that he isn’t grabbing all the headlines week in and week out.

But some rumours have hinted that Roberto Firmino is not too pleased with the lack of importance given to him which is why he could try and move out of the club pretty soon.

Now though, the Brazilian has cleared the air saying that there isn’t anything he would do for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp even if that means playing out of his position.

“I think I improved a lot in every way: physically, tactically, mentally, I learned a bit of every aspect,” Firmino Premier League Productions.

“But I do not want to stop here. I want to keep improving – I always want more, I have big goals, I want to keep winning titles with this club and that is it.

“That is just me, my personality, to try to be a good and humble guy. To try to help my team in the best way with assists and goals. I like that, I like to win all the time, and for that, I will always be like this.

“I am a guy who respects my position on the pitch. Where the team needs me, I will play. As a No.9, but sometimes I play as a No.10, and I try to give my best. 

“As I mentioned before, I always want to help my team as best as I can and to always be chasing the win, always winning games. That is what matters the most.

“I am never tired of praising Klopp.

“He has so many good things on and off the pitch. He really helps us on a daily basis, we learn so much from him in every way. 

“He is able to have the team with him. We have been doing things well and learning a lot from him, and we have been showing on the pitch that we can grow more and more each day and do our best.”

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