Roberto Firmino is so happy at Liverpool that he does not see himself playing for another team at the moment.
The much-loved Brazilian has been in stunning form this season as he has netted 20 goals in a season for the first time since the 2013/2014 season. He lost his best friend and teammate, Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona last month, but he has no intention to leave Anfield for the foreseeable future.
On Sunday the Brazilian produced another master-class as he scored a goal and gave Mohamed Salah an outrageous back heel assist for the Egyptian to score his 22nd league goal of this campaign.
He credits Jurgen Klopp for his improvement as the German has moved him into a more attacking role and given him the freedom to express himself on the field of play.
Speaking after Liverpool’s 0-2 win over Southampton on Sunday the delighted Brazilian claimed: “Liverpool are one of the greats in Europe and being able to be part of the history of such a great club is gratifying to me.
“I’m very happy here at Liverpool and I do not see myself out of that club for years to come.
“I believe I am living one of the best phases of my career and I owe much to the trust that the club has placed in me from the beginning.
The Reds fans would now hope that Firmino and his team mates would lead them to a trophy this season or next as they look to break their current trophy drought that stretches back to 2012.