Friday, 18th April, 2014

Raheem Sterling admits that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is trying to adapt his game to suit the number 10 role and the winger believes that the new role is allowing him to add new dimensions to his game.

Sterling admits that each day in training is a huge learning process for him as he tries to learn little things by watching others and implement it on the training pitch.

"I look at everyone, look at everyone's game and try to take little things that I think I can improve in mine. I try to watch everyone day in, day out”, the 19-year-old told the club’s official site.

The youngster admits that Rodgers is endeavouring to turn him into a number 10 and has allowed him to develop as a player and discover new aspects of his game.


“The manager is helping me learn to play in certain positions; he's teaching me how to play in this No.10 role and making me realise I've to take a few less touches and play quicker.

“I think that's helping me to maybe take two touches and spin in behind. I'm really looking forward to keep working with him, learning day in, day out and hopefully I can be the best I can be.”

Liverpool are currently top of the Premier League table on 77 points and will take on Norwich City this Sunday at Carrow Road in their quest to win their first league title in 24 years.

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