Liverpool striker Danny Sturridge isn't resting on his laurels.
The striker's stunning lob against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday was his 10th goal of the season so far.
"I don't want to get comfortable," he told SI.com. "I actually get very uncomfortable when I'm comfortable.
"I hate complacency. I'm not happy with just having good numbers; I'm not content when I know there's more to accomplish."
He added: "I am very critical of myself, so I'll watch a game and think, 'I didn't do very well over there.' My dad is the same. He's my biggest fan and critic, so he'll watch videos and pick out stuff, which annoys me to be honest, but I have to take it on board so I can become a better player."
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