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Wednesday, 14 March 2007


Jimmy Rice 14 March 2007
Dirk Kuyt has confessed disappointment at his goal tally this season – but has promised the Anfield faithful there's still lots to come.
The Dutchman has scored 10 goals since arriving in the summer and has won over the fans with a series of tireless displays.

But Kuyt insists he is still finding his feet in the English game.

"To be perfectly honest I'd expected to have scored more by this stage, but I'm still confident I can get the eight more goals the boss has mentioned," he told LFC Magazine.

"I've had a few decent games without scoring and missed some opportunities, so I should have a bigger total.

"Of course I want to score lots but for me that is not the most important thing. Reaching the semi-finals and ensuring we finish in the top four are my current priorities."

Despite his scoring concerns, Kuyt claims he isn't worried about the prospect of new strikers arriving at Melwood in the summer.

"I do read newspapers and I know what they say if we lose or if we fail to score. That's not important. I think the most important thing for us is to buy good players.

"If the manager brings in a striker, that means another rival for me. It makes the team stronger and should make me better.

"Sometimes you can buy these players who are supposed to score 30 goals a season, but nothing is guaranteed in the Premiership.

"Andriy Shevchenko is a great example of that. He was exceptional in Italy but has found life difficult here. Didier Drogba didn't score many goals in his first two campaigns.

"It's my first year and I'm still adapting to the football."

Meanwhile, the 26-year-old also spoke of his respect for boss Rafa Benitez.

He said: "I already knew the boss was good but working with him now makes me realise just how good. I learn something new from him every day. He just loves his job and that's something that transmits across to the players."

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