Liverpool forward targets Premier League title

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Liverpool loan-signing Victor Moses believes that his new side has what it takes to win this year's Premier League.

The Nigerian winger is on a season-long loan from Chelsea and marked his debut on Monday with a goal against Swansea in a 2-2 draw at the Liberty Stadium.

It was the first time the Reds had dropped points this season with ten points from four games seeing them sitting at the top of the table.

And the 22-year-old insists that Liverpool's strong start and the mixed form of the other top clubs means Premier League glory is in no way out of the question. 

“Look at the way we’ve started so well," he said.

“We’re still unbeaten and there are enough quality players here to win games and help us win the Premier League.

“A lot of people are saying Liverpool can be in the top four this season but we believe in ourselves as footballers.

“That’s not just me, but the other players too — we’re all confident we can be looking beyond the top four."

Liverpool have not won an English league title since 1990 and they have not genuinely competed for the Premier League since coming second to Manchester United in the 2008-09 season.

However, Moses believes that with the recent title challengers United, Manchester City and Chelsea all changing managers over the summer, this season may be different. 

"This year is a lot different. If you look at the way the table is at the moment, anyone can win the league," he added.

“It’s not only about two teams who have always been up there. So why not Liverpool? Liverpool can be up there and I’m here to do a job for them.”

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