Adam Lallana: I haven’t looked back since Liverpool move

Adam Lallana says he has to keep working hard at Liverpool

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Adam Lallana says he hasn’t looked back since his £25m move to Liverpool this summer.

The 26-year-old ended his eight-year spell at Southampton to seal a big-money switch to the 18-time English champions.

But all the lads have been great so I feel like I’ve been there years already

Adam Lallana

Lallana endured an injury-hit start to his Anfield career as a knee injury kept the England international sidelined until September.

And the former Saints captain admits there is plenty of work to do as he looks to help Brendan Rodgers’s turnaround their season.

“I feel like I’ve settled in absolutely fine. Results haven’t been as good as we would have liked, but it’s tough and I’ve got a lot of hard work to keep putting in,” Lallana told talkSPORT.

“Hopefully we’ll change our fortunes around.”

Lallana added that the presence of former Southampton team-mates Dejan Lovren and Rickie Lambert has helped him settle faster.

“Yeah – Dejan [Lovren] joined and Lambo, and I knew a lot of the lads from international duty so it did make it easier to have them. But all the lads have been great so I feel like I’ve been there years already.”

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