Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he is still working hard to bring new players to the club amid reports that he is keen to secure Chelsea winger Victor Moses on a season-long loan.

The Reds have been strongly linked with several defenders in recent weeks but the latest reports suggest that Rodgers is keen to try and secure a deal for Moses who faces strong competition for a place in the starting line-up at Chelsea.

The 22 year old failed to even make the bench for the 0-0 draw with Manchester United on Monday night and faces stiff competition from the likes of Eden Hazard, Andre Schurrle and Kevin De Bruyne for a place in the wide attacking positions.

With Liverpool allowing Stewart Downing to join West Ham United earlier this summer, who was a regular starter last season, there is a belief that Moses would have more chance of regular action at Anfield.

However, Rodgers has remained coy over the rumours surrounding the Chelsea winger and has made it clear that the club are still considering several players.

"We have got targets. There is speculation around many names and while the window is open we will continue to look to improve the squad," said Rodgers, as quoted in the Metro.

"We will hopefully come out the back of it with a stronger group.

"The group I have at the moment has been doing brilliantly and I have every faith, even if we didn't get any more in, that these players will do really well this season.

"But the idea is to strengthen it that little bit more and hopefully we can do that."

Liverpool have made a bright start to the new season, securing 1-0 victories against Stoke and Aston Villa, with Daniel Sturridge grabbing the only goal in both games.

The Reds have managed to suitably strengthen with Iago Aspas, Luis Alberto, Simon Mignolet, Kolo Toure and Aly Cissokho all arriving, but it seems Rodgers would like to continue the good work before the transfer window closes at midnight on 2 September.