Liverpool need Bayern Munich's mentality to win titles - Xherdan Shaqiri

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Spurs' Hugo Lloris Names Former Real Madrid Star as the Most Dangerous Forward He's Ever Faced

Xherdan Shaqiri insists he remains calm despite struggling to make an impact since his summer move from Stoke City to Liverpool.

The Switzerland worldwide has made just two substitute appearances so far this season but it is confident of making a major impact at Liverpool and is delighted to be working under Klopp's management.

"We train hard every day".

"The Premier League is different to other leagues where I have played and everybody knows it is very tough, but I will do my best to beat my own personal records, I'm very motivated".

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But that does mean that Liverpool can adapt to any situation and side, and that could mean a few changes are made for Spurs - especially with a game against Paris Saint-Germain around the corner.

Shaqiri has only played 27 minutes for Liverpool so far this season, after coming off the bench twice in four Premier League outings.

"I think it's a brilliant buy for Liverpool", Carragher told Sky Sports.

Although for many last term went down as an impressive one, as Liverpool produced some stunning football and Mohamed Salah broke records, they only managed to secure a fourth-placed finish on the final day of the Premier League campaign, finishing six points behind Manchester United and 25 adrift of champions Manchester City. But we will try to keep our good performances and I hope we can win a lot of games. "We are a big team - big teams have to have the goal to win titles". "I'm very motivated to be playing in it - it's an attractive proposition - but I've been told by many people that a lot of overseas players come into the Premier League and they take time to integrate, depending on the circumstances".

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