Blackpool boss Ian Holloway feels Liverpool aren't playing Charlie Adam to his strengths.

Ollie believes Liverpool are not getting the most out of Adam's passing but is sure he will grind out a key role on Merseyside.

He said: "Charlie has to learn to play for a club as big as that. He has to learn to live with the expectations. I still want to see him pass more.

"If he doesn't hit longer passes you are losing a huge part of his game.

"I want to see him take responsibility and start hitting those passes. I am not saying he is not playing well but he will have to find a place in that set-up. He might have to come off the bench.

"I think he is a goalscoring midfield player and I would like to see him scoring some goals for them."