Victor Moses has declared himself happy with his start to life at Liverpool following his summer loan switch to Anfield.
The Nigerian forward was sent on a season-long loan from Chelsea and got off to a quick start, scoring on his début against Swansea last month.
Moses says he is satisfied with his life at Liverpool and with Philippe Coutinho out through injury insists he is ready to help contribute even more.
"I am loving it here and I am very satisfied. As long as I am on the pitch I just want to enjoy myself," he told LFCTV.
"The more games you play the more experience you get and I just want to carry on playing, help the team out and score some more goals.
"We are doing well, second in the league and we've just got to keep the momentum going and keep winning games really."
Liverpool have had a quick start to the season and currently sit in second in the Premier League.
Brendan Rodgers's men will look to maintain their recent good form when they take on Crystal Palace this weekend.
They go into that game without key man Lucas Leiva who will be absent through suspension after picking up five yellow cards, but the Brazilian believes the return of another key player, Luis Suarez, from his own suspension will take them to another level.
"Luis was the best player in the Premier League last year, so having him in our side again this season is just a real boost for all the team and the squad," he told the club's official website.
"We just hope he can have the same season that he had last year because he was a really important player for us.
"If he does the same as last season, we will have a better chance to achieve what we want to achieve."