Suarez vows to work hard for Liverpool

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New Liverpool signing Luis Suarez has pledged to put in the hard work in order to make his transition from Dutch football to the Barclays Premier League a successful one.

The Uruguay international, who signed a five-and-a-half-year contract after completing his £22.8million move to from Ajax, scored 111 goals in 159 matches for the Dutch club.

Suarez said: "My aim is to work, to show the fans how hard I am ready to work. I want to put in lots of effort, to show people my capabilities. First of all I want to try to play as many games as possible and help move us up the table."

He added: "My ambitions for the future are to do my very best for Liverpool, to try to learn more about English football and to become a champion.

"Liverpool is a very famous club, the most famous club in England, and I watched Liverpool and English football as a boy.

"It's a dream to be able to come and play here. I had a wonderful time in Ajax and I will miss them but that's football.

"You have to keep changing and moving forward to get better."


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