Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has revealed that his improved goalscoring record this season has come from learning from Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
The 19-year-old winger has played in 27 Premier League fixtures this season, having managed to score seven goals for the Anfield club.
"This year, I've taken a few chances and even missed a few as well, so I could be on 10 or thereabouts now if I'd taken my chances," said Sterling, according to the Daily Star.
"It's great playing with players like Luis and Dan. They create chances out of nothing, and for someone like me, I've just got to be in and around it and be there to support.
"You might not get a goal every game, but there'll be opportunities with the chances they create, so I've just got to be around the box and learning from them on how they're getting into the box and making runs. That's what I am trying to do - learn from both of them and try to get my goal ratio up."
Liverpool currently find themselves at the top of the Premier League table on 77 points.