Victor Moses
Moses is hoping to build on the momentum of his goal against Bournemouth.

Victor Moses says he's hoping to build on the momentum of his goal against Bournemouth and prove to Brendan Rodgers he was worthy of a loan deal with Liverpool.

Moses made the move to Merseyside from Chelsea on a season-long loan but so far the winger is yet to display the consistency that Rodgers had been hoping for this season.

His goal against the Championship side was his first for Liverpool in over four months and Moses is now hopeful that he can spend the remainder of the season impressing Rodgers and showing he's capable of becoming a permanent member of the Reds' lineup.

"I know I haven't been myself for the past few weeks but I started and got a goal today," he said, according to Metro. "I just want to kick on from here and try to get a few more goals in the second half of the season. It's crucial for me and the club."

Rodgers admitted this week that he will consider keeping Moses on a permanent basis if the 23 year old can find top form in 2014.

And Moses appears very much concentrated on making this happen with the star targeting derby glory at the weekend over local rivals Everton.

"It's going to be a massive derby for us and hopefully, if we can get three points against Everton, it will be key for us," Moses explained.

"It's up to the manager to pick his own players. I just want to keep on working hard in training and hopefully play as many games as I can."

Liverpool are currently fourth in the table but are level on points with Tottenham, making the meeting with Everton all the more important. The side then go on to face West Brom before a season-defining match-up with Arsenal on February 8th.