He told the Liverpool Echo: "This is the best move I could have hoped for. The manager has faith in me. Some of his ways are totally different.
"He doesn't want me to track back. Those were the instructions I received for games against West Ham, Stevenage and Villa.
"My natural instinct is to track back and I started to do it a few times. But he told me to stay up the pitch and let the opposition worry about me. It's different from other managers I've had in the past.
"I will keep working hard and want to be a success in the English Premier League. I want to take my game to the next level.
"I'm missing a bit of sharpness at the moment but I'll get that back."
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