Daniel Sturridge has dropped the strongest hint yet over his future at Liverpool.
The England international has made his first appearance for Liverpool in any competition by found the back of the net twice during a second-half outing in a 7-0 victory over Chester FC in the pre-season tour.
Following the game, the Red Devils head-coach Jurgen Klopp has refused to speculate over Sturridge’s future and insisted a decision over Sturridge’s future is yet to be made.
The 28-year-old England international star’s career at Anfield looked bleak last term after he was sent to loan at West Brom stadium.
The ex-Man City and Chelsea forward has been down in the pecking order since Klopp’s arrival at Anfield and he now lies behind Dominic Solanke, Danny Ings and Roberto Firmino in the race for a starting berth.
But is appears Sturridge is ready to remain at Anfield and fight for his place in Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI.
he wrote: ‘Nice to be back in an LFC shirt with a win and some goals. Just the beginning.’
Reports earlier this week suggested that Daniel Sturridge will have to force Liverpool exit following the return of Divock Origi who has spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg.