Daniel Sturridge makes bold claim about his Liverpool form

Daniel Sturridge is confident that he can develop into the Premier League's best striker at Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge has revealed that he wants to establish himself as the best striker in the Premier League with Liverpool next season.

The striker is currently gearing up for the new campaign with the Reds and will be hopeful of staying injury free after he struggled to maintain his fitness levels over the past two seasons.

Liverpool are currently preparing for Jurgen Klopp’s first full season in charge at Anfield after his appointment as the club’s new manager back in October.

Sturridge feels that he is now in peak physical condition and is positive that he can help Liverpool challenge for major honours next term.

The England striker is yet to win a trophy since his transfer to Liverpool and is desperate to help the Reds achieve success under new manager Klopp.

Sturridge is quoted as saying by the Liverpool Echo: “Getting some silverware is the aim for me this season. That’s what I’d love to do,” Sturridge said.

“We want to be as successful as possible. The main aim is to win trophies with Liverpool.

“That’s all I’ve wanted to do since I’ve been here. We have been so close to winning the Premier League, so close to winning two finals, but this year is the year when we have to try and win that trophy.

“I will let my feet do the talking. You guys have known me a long time and know I believe in myself.”

He added: “I will continue to strive to be the best player – to be the best striker in the league and do the best for this club. I will strive to win silverware for this club.”

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The Reds finished in eighth place in the Premier League table last season under the German coach.

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