Adam Lallana is fit again and is expected to feature for Liverpool FC against Bordeaux. The England international has revealed his frustration at being unable to help Liverpool FC out of their current slump in form and has vowed to help improve the results in the coming weeks.

 

It has been a frustrating year for Adam Lallana since earning a 25m GBP move to Liverpool. His time at Anfield has been blighted by injuries, which has meant that the Anfield faithful are yet to see the best of the player.

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Lallana has missed the last two Liverpool FC games due to a thigh injury. The time coincided with the Reds losing two games in a row with their performance coming under a lot of criticism.

Lallana fully fit

Speaking ahead of the Bordeaux game, former Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana confirmed that he is fully fit now, having returned to training on Friday.

“Ia m fully fit now,a Lallana was quoted as saying by Liverpool Echo.

a I trained on Friday, it was too soon for United at the weekend but after another three or four days good training Ia m ready for Thursday night.”

Adam Lallana frustrated, wants to help improve results

Expressing his frustration at being unable to help the team out of its slump over the last two games, Lallana vowed to help improve the results in the coming weeks.

He said: a It was frustrating to have another setback but as a footballer you have to deal with that. Hopefully I can now stay fit for the rest of the season.

a It was so disappointing to miss the last couple of games because as a senior member of the team I have not been there to help.

a Ia m delighted to be back and now I want to help the team get some positive results over the coming days.

a Wea ve had a couple of bad results but that wona t continue. Ia ve got an immense amount of confidence that results will turn.

a As a club we have got to stick together through the good times and the bad times. This is a good chance to start getting a bit of momentum back again.a

Europa League a chance to get back in the Champions League – Lallana

Bigger clubs in Europe’s top leagues are accused of not taking the competition seriously at times. However, Adam Lallana stressed the importance of the competition for the Reds given the cut-throat competition for the top 4 places in the Premier League.

a Ita s a huge competition for us,a he added.

a Ita s a great chance to get back into the Champions League, which is where we really want to be. We had a taste of it last season.

a No matter how we do, people will always have an opinion. We just have to concentrate on what we do and focus on our job a thata s the only thing we can control.a