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Friday, 26 January 2007


Paul Eaton 26 January 2007
Rafael Benitez is confident new striker Jordy Brouwer can enjoy a successful career at Anfield as he revealed work is still ongoing to improve the squad before the transfer window closes.
The Reds signed the Dutch youngster from Ajax earlier in the week as Benitez continued his policy of recruiting potential stars of the future.

18-year old Brouwer was given the opportunity to extend his stay in Holland, but instead opted for a new career on Merseyside.

"Jordy is a very good finisher," said Benitez. "He’s a young boy who will need time but he is a player for the future. He can score a lot of goals.

"We're always working to see if we can improve the squad. It's important that we work until the end."

Liverpool, meanwhile, are still waiting to hear whether their appeal to FIFA to allow West Ham's Javier Mascherano to sign for the Reds will be successful.

"He is a player we want but we are waiting for the answer," added Benitez.

"It's clear a professional must play - he cannot stay without playing any games. He can bring more balance to our team. I have confidence but we have to wait."

One deal Benitez has overseen this week saw Stephen Warnock bring his Liverpool career to an end by signing for Blackburn Rovers.

"We want to say thank you to Stephen because he is a good professional but clearly he needed to play games. We wish him well with his new club," he added.

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