Liverpool striker Takumi Minamino has vouched he wants to stay at the club and ‘isn’t satisfied’ with what he has attained in England so far.
And with the Liverpool linked with further striking signings in the summer, Minamino’s stand on remaining at Anfield may alter Jurgen Klopp’s plans.
In January, Liverpool FC strengthened their attack by signing FC Porto winger Luis Diaz in a £37 Million agreement.
Diaz unites Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi and Minamino as Klopp’s six attacking choices for the rest of the season.
However, Liverpool are still acknowledged to aim more firepower at the season end, with Raphinha, Jarrod Bowen and Paulo Dybala just a few of the names linked.
Minamino lately opened up about his future plans, and it seems like he wants to resume grappling for a spot in Klopp’s attack.
In a discussion with Liverpool’s YouTube channel, Minamino showed his wish to stay at Anfield and ‘achieve something’ for the club.
He stated: “Playing for Liverpool was my childhood dream. I am really happy to be here as the club’s first Asian player. I would love to achieve something here, and I am not satisfied with the result yet.”
“Any achievements I make here could bring more chances for Asian players who may play at this club in the future.”