Although Charlie Adam says he has set himself an individual goal target for Liverpool this season, the Scottish midfielder would much rather play a part in team success.

Adam found the net on 13 occasions for Blackpool last season and, so far, has scored twice for the Reds since his summer switch to Merseyside.

However, the 25-year-old is content to forgo personal glory in order to achieve victory on a regular basis with the club.

"I always like to get a set number of goals in the season, and I'm on course for that, but the important thing is the team wins and we play well," said Adam. "That's what is most important for me.

Adam joined Liverpool in July for a fee reported to be in the region of £7 million, and has quickly established himself as an integral of Kenny Dalglish's side.

But the former Rangers man is not prepared to rest on his laurels, and knows he must consistently perform to a high level to ensure he continues to feature regularly.

"This is a massive club - one of the best club's in the world - and it's an honour for me to be playing here," he added.

"I will just go about my job, do it in the right way, try to help the team win games - that's all I want to do.

"The manager will decide how I've been playing when he picks the team the next week."

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