Andy Carroll has praised the decision of Liverpool bosses to pair him alongside forward Luis Suarez, with the 22 year old striker saying the two can work off each other’s strengths.
"It's been good,” Carroll told the Liverpool website of the pairing.
“In training we've been on the same team and working hard together.
“We've played a couple of games together now which has been promising, so I am looking forward to [playing beside Suarez].”
The two working together a lot at Liverpool training sessions to get a feel for each other’s strengths and weaknesses, and Carroll believes they will be able to play off each other like no other strikeforce.
"As you can see, Luis is fast, can get around people and has fast feet, and he has shown he can finish.
“As we continue to train together, he'll get to know my movements as much as I will know his,” Carroll said.
Carroll is looking forward to getting his first goal for Liverpool, after scoring his first goal for England last week in a friendly against
Ghana. And the striker has feeling Suarez will be part of the memory.
"I'm positive we can score lots of goals for the club.
“I'm hoping it will be any time now that I will get a goal, and he will probably give me the assist."
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