Liverpool striker Andy Carroll has revealed that big stars will be desperate to be part of rebuilding the history rich club, even if they don’t qualify for any European competitions this season.
"There are massive names here, it's a massive club and I don't see why we can't attract big names,” the 22 year old said.
"We're just putting a team together now. Me and Luis are new, Flanno played his first game at the back - and I thought he did great. It shows what we can do for next season.”
Kenny Dalglish looks to have all but signed a contract to be permanent manager at Liverpool after the Kop defeated Manchester City 3-0 last night. And while star Chelsea striker Fernando Torres left Liverpool for £15 million more than the £35 million that Andy Carroll cost, it appears Carroll is the in form striker after scoring two goals last night at his new home.
Carroll said it was a job well done for the entire squad, pointing out that he did exactly what he is being paid to do at Liverpool.
"It was unbelievable. All the lads played well and obviously I got the goals I've been wanting.
“I'm here to score goals, though the result is the most important thing and we got the three points," Carroll said.