Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher expects Victor Moses and Mamadou Sakho to make the greatest impact of the club's new summer signings.

The Reds made eight new additions during the transfer window securing deals for Kolo Toure, Iago Aspas, Luis Alberto and Simon Mignolet in the early weeks of the window before a late trolley dash saw loan deals secured for Aly Cissiokho and Moses, and permanent moves for Tiago Illori and Sahko.

The new signings have seemingly gelled instantly, with Liverpool winning their opening three league games against Stoke City, Aston Villa and Manchester United, leaving Brendan Rodgers' side as the early pace-setters at the Premier league summit.

But Carragher is excited to see how two players who are yet to pull on a Liverpool shirt in Moses and Sakho improve a Liverpool squad who are already in full flight this season.

"I think Moses will be an important signing," Carragher said.

"Maybe that bit of pace and power on the counter attack, strength in the wide area will add a lot to the side."

"They're top of the table at the moment and it'll be interesting to see if the new boys will be involved and if they can stay at the top of the table."

The 35 year old, who retired at the end of last season as Liverpool's second longest serving player, added on Sakho: "He's at a great age, physically he's ready for the Premier League, it will just be interesting to see where the manager brings him in.

"He's left-sided and there's competition for places everywhere now. Cissokho's been brought in to put pressure on Enrique, Skrtel's done really well in the Manchester United game, while Toure's been a revelation. In the first three games he was superb so we'll be looking to get him back against Swansea.

"Competition's what you want, but of course you don't want your best players on the bench. I think the manager just has to juggle it round a little bit now and use the best two."