Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes that Victor Moses' loan move to Anfield provides the player with the 'perfect opportunity' to prove himself.
Moses made the loan switch to the Reds from Chelsea on deadline day, but he is yet to feature so far this season, and Rodgers thinks it gives him a great chance of showing what he can do at the highest level.
"In terms of this summer it was probably unexpected for him," said Rodgers.
"It's a unique opportunity for him; he's leaving a good club that has been successful and he's coming to one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"There are not many players that get a chance to do that. He's coming here to prove himself."
Rodgers is set to hand the 24-year old his debut, who he nearly signed as a youngster for Chelsea when he was a youth coach at the London club, and he believes he will fit right in to Liverpool's style of play.
He said: "I know what I'm getting. He's got the profile that suits our game in terms of his technique, his quality and he's a humble guy.
"We've seen him a lot playing from the left side, where he cuts in - he's got great feet, great ability, can shoot off either foot and can beat a man, which is important for us."
"He had some good performances for Nigeria when he was away (in the last fortnight) and he is really looking forward to getting in a Liverpool shirt."
Liverpool could claim maximum points from their first four games if they win in Wales this evening - something that hasn't happened since 1990.
The Reds are currently third, level on points with Arsenal in first, although Monday's clash represents a game in hand for the Anfield outfit.
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