Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan has revealed what he thinks of Liverpool’s front line this season.
The Reds have fired in 18 goals already in the Premier League, a record equalled only by Manchester City, and the summer signing has said that is glad that he only has to face his team-mates on the training field.
Would you hate to play against our forwards, Ragnar Klavan?
“Of course. We have so much quality up front!” ????https://t.co/OPBlh9ekBq
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 5, 2016
In an interview with the club’s official website, Klavan stated that he believes training with the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho will improve him as a player.
“We have so much quality [up] front, but for me it is good to train against them every day – it helps my defending level,” said the Estonia captain.
Klavan also stated how he is starting to get used to the difference in style between the Premier League and Bundesliga, after joining from Augsburg in July.
“It’s kind of more aggressive, a little bit more is allowed by the referees,” the 30-year-old commented.
Klavan has made three Premier League appearances this season and notched his first strike in the famous red shirt in a 3-0 win over Derby County in the League Cup in September.
Liverpool currently lie in fourth position in the Premier League table, just two points behind leaders Manchester City; they face fierce rivals Manchester United after the international break.