Victor Moses says he is really enjoying his loan-spell at Liverpool and is relishing the chance to get maximum game time and score more goals as the Reds look secure a top four finish.
Moses joined on-loan from Chelsea on deadline day and has so far featured for the side on four occasions. He scored on his debut against Swansea and has been lauded by some pundits as a top signing for a club who are hopeful of returning to the Champions League next season
Moses says that he has the ambition of helping Liverpool to achieve their goals by scoring more goals of his own and the 22 year old hopes that the side's good form can continue.
"I am loving it here and I am very satisfied," he told the official Liverpool website. "As long as I am on the pitch I just want to enjoy myself.
"I've just got to keep on playing and keep on helping the team out. I want to try and score more goals.
"I've played four games already and I want to create goals for my teammates and score myself."
Moses also revealed that Daniel Sturridge has been making his life at Liverpool easier with the pair having played together at Chelsea.
"Everyone has been friendly and we've been talking a lot," he explained. "It was nice to see the lads and get on with them. Everyone has a great relationship and at the same time, out on the pitch, we're enjoying it.
"I talk to everyone and get on with all the players. I know Daniel Sturridge from my days at Chelsea and we've been talking a lot and doing things together."
Liverpool are currently second in the table after a positive start to the season that has seen the side lose just one league game . They face Crystal Palace, one of Moses' former clubs, this weekend and will be looking for a home win in order to keep their successful run going.