New Liverpool striker Divock Origi has claimed that Brendan Rodgers has challenged him to become one of the world's best marksmen.
The 19-year-old Belgium international signed for the Reds last month for around £10m, but will spend the coming campaign on loan at Lille.
Speaking to L'Equipe, Origi said: "[Rodgers] wants me to become one of the best in the world. Liverpool followed me for a long time. When I arrived in the offices there, they showed me cassettes of me in the U15s. Everyone knew me. I couldn't believe it.
"Steven Gerrard told me it was a shame that I wouldn't be there straight away as everyone was waiting impatiently for me. That means something.
"I also saw Daniel Sturridge, who was very nice."