Smith: Dyer would do well at Liverpool

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Kop hero Tommy Smith believes Swansea winger Nathan Dyer would thrive at Anfield, should Kenny Dalglish attempt to bring him to Liverpool.

Dyer has starred in an impressive Swans side this season as Brendan Rodgers side have held their own during a first term in the Premier League.

The 24-year-old has scored four times in 25 appearance for the South Wales club and has been one of Swansea's main attacking threats this term.

Such have his displays been, Dyer has been linked with a move to Liverpool after reportedly catching the attention of Kenny Dalglish with a number of fine performances.

There have even been calls for Fabio Capello to bring Dyer into his England squad, and Smith says the former Southampton attacker has the ability to have an impact for both his country and Liverpool.

“I see Dyer is being linked with a possible England call-up and I’m not surprised that more and more people are starting to sit up and take notice of him,” said Smith, according to Wales Online.

“He caught my eye two or three years ago and I said then that he had something I thought we could well do with at Anfield.”

Liverpool, meanwhile, have also been linked with a summer move for Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita, and a £2 million bid is reportedly in the offing.

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