Jordan Ibe targets Liverpool first team

Jordan Ibe
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Liverpool winger Jordan Ibe says that he wants to make his mark on the first team next season.

Liverpool winger Jordan Ibe is targeting making his mark on the first team next season.

The 17-year-old has made one senior start for the Reds that came in their 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers on the final day of last season.

Ibe, who scored in Saturday's 4-0 triumph at Preston North End, wants more action with the full squad next term.

"Hopefully I can be consistent and play well, so hopefully I can get a chance again in the first team," Ibe told the club's official website.

"When I play, hopefully I can get a goal and help the squad do well this season. I'm just learning from the first-team players and trying to show that until the season starts. Hopefully I can do well.

"I'm learning a lot, especially with defending. The gaffer is helping me a lot with when I haven't got the ball, coming to tuck in and watching the full-back and centre-back; knowing what to do when I haven't got the ball."

Ibe has been training with the first team since pre-season training resumed at the start of the month.

Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho celebrates scoring against QPR on May 19, 2013
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