The Brazilian attacker has been in fine form for the Merseyside outfit this season and seems to have further stepped up his performances for the Reds following Philippe Coutinho’s exit to FC Barcelona in January.
Firmino has formed a devastating understanding with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah up front for the Merseyside outfit as Liverpool FC have earned rave reviews for their attacking displays this season.
The 26-year-old Brazil international has netted 14 goals and made seven assists in the Premier League so far this season to help Liverpool FC up into third place in the table.
The attacker has also scored seven times in the Champions League to help the Merseyside outfit set up a quarter-final showdown against Manchester City next month.
And Firmino has admitted that he is feeling completely settled on Merseyside as he bids to help Klopp’s side enjoy a positive end to the season.
Speaking to Goal, Firmino said: “It’s the best moment of my career.
“I’m happy because things are very positive in my life; on the personal side and also on the professional side.
“The good moment our team is in helps a lot too, the team fits together very well. Klopp is a great tactician, and a great coach.”
Firmino scored one of Liverpool FC’s five goals as they thrashed Watford 5-0 in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Reds return to Premier League action after the international break when they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on 31 March.
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