Fabinho sends open message to Liverpool FC fans
Fabinho says that he feels completely settled at Liverpool FC this season
Fabinho says that he feels completely settled at Liverpool FC as he bids to try and help the Reds challenge for the Premier League title.
The Brazilian midfielder signed for the Reds last summer but was forced to wait a significant amount of time before being fully integrated into the first team at Anfield.
Indeed, Fabinho had to wait more than 150 days before being handed his first Premier League start in the Liverpool FC team by Jurgen Klopp last season.
Fabinho has now established himself as a regular fixture in the Reds team and he has started three of Liverpool FC’s four Premier League games this term.
The 25-year-old earned rave reviews for his performance in Liverpool FC’s 3-0 win at Burnley last weekend.
And the midfielder says that he is now feeling fully settled at Anfield.
Speaking in an interview with Liverpool FC’s website, Fabinho said: “I now see that it was a good period for me to genuinely adapt. I’m really happy now and hope to adapt and improve even more.
“I’ve been feeling very comfortable here for some time now here at the club, in the city, with my team-mates, my compatriots in particular.
“So I’m very happy here and really satisfied with my performances on the pitch as well.”
Fabinho also expressed his happiness with playing in the defensive midfield position for Jurgen Klopp in the Liverpool FC team.
He continued: “I’ve always liked to play in this position.
“You get to participate a lot in the game and have an important role in the creation of play. On the defensive side of things, you have to be very alert to help the team.
“I try to remain calm with the ball at my feet, though not letting the calmness become slowness. I try to control the game.
Table toppers Liverpool FC will return to Premier League action after the international break with a home clash against Newcastle United at Anfield.
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