Liverpool FC teenage sensation Jordan Ibe has insisted that he’s looking to add more goals to his game. The 19-year-old cut short his holidays and returned to pre-season training early under the guidance of none other than Kenny Dalglish himself.

Ibe has had an excellent pre-season, winning rave reviews from his manager and team-mates. Many people have suggested that the 19-year-old could be the replacement for departed winger Raheem Sterling, who was sold to Manchester City for a record fee of A?49 million. The teenager scored a stunning left-footed effort against Malaysia in the pre-season game and is hoping to improve on his finishing.

Ibe practiced on his finishing under the guidance of Liverpool great Kenny Dalglish during the off-season

Speaking in an interview with Liverpool FC’s official website, Ibe was quoted as saying:

“I’m not completely satisfied because I need to keep working on a few things, like my end product – getting the ball and finding someone in the box and trying to add a few more goals to my game.

“I’m quite self-critical. I like to think about things after a game – things I could have improved on, like maybe having taken a shot on or something.”

The Reds manager Brendan Rodgers had advised the 19-year-old to undergo special sessions at the club’s academy complex, where he worked with Alex Inglethorpe and Kenny Dalgish.

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“I spoke about it with Alex Inglethorpe and the manager had suggested to him that I do some extra sessions to keep myself ticking over during the summer,” said Ibe.

“I’m definitely feeling the benefits of that. All the little bits of extra work add up. I have to give a lot of credit to Alex. It was great to come in and work with someone like Kenny [Dalglish].

“I’ve done some extra training sessions at Melwood as well, so hopefully it’ll all add up for me.”

I’m hoping to add a few more goals to my game – Jordan Ibe

The teenage sensation has been working to improve his end product and wants to achieve a certain level of consistency. Manager Brendan Rodgers has also confirmed that Ibe will ‘feature heavily’ for the club in the 2015-16 campaign.

He continued: “Hopefully it’s going to keep adding up and I’m hoping to add a few more goals to my game.

“I know I’m at a young age, but in my position I need to have an end product. If I’m not getting a goal in a game, then I need to be trying to get an assist for one of my teammates or making sure I have a great game.

“They’re the three things I am working on to try and do regularly. Hopefully I’ll see the benefit from doing that.”

The Wycombe Wanderers youth product has spent two seasons on-loan with Birmingham City and Derby County and would be looking to cement a place in Liverpool FC’s starting line-up this coming season. The 19-year-old has a contract with the club till 2020, however, if the winger realizes his potential, Liverpool FC might find it hard to hold on their prized asset for much longer.