Liverpool’s Spanish striker Fernando Torres is enjoying life at Liverpool and admits he hopes to stay with the Premiership club “for many years to come”.
The Spaniard, who became Liverpool’s record signing when he joined from Atletico Madrid for £20m in the summer, has already endeared himself to the Anfield faithful.
After scoring twice in Liverpool’s 6-0 thrashing of Derby County, Torres told the club’s official website: “I am learning quickly and my teammates have played an important role, along with everyone at the club who have all gone out of their way to help me.
“I feel as if I have been at Liverpool for a long time. I intend to stay here for many years to come and I am really pleased with everything – my new teammates, the fans, the city, the stadium and, of course with my first goal at Anfield versus Chelsea.
“The experience is more fulfilling when things work out and if we can maintain our recent form, I am sure that everything will continue to move along nicely.”