Borini has no exit thoughts

Fabio Borini has reiterated that he is happy at Liverpool and has given no thought to a summer switch.

Last Updated: 16/06/13 at 17:32 Post Comment

Fabio Borini: Determined to make his mark at Anfield

Fabio Borini: Determined to make his mark at Anfield

The Italian forward only moved to Anfield in July 2012, but saw his debut season on Merseyside ravaged by injury.

Borini has always maintained that it is his intention to prove his worth in England, having previously shone during a loan spell at Swansea, and insists he will not be altering that stance.

His goal sent Italy to the final of the European U21 Championship on Saturday, and he is feeling confident and on top of his game again.

He believes those suggesting he may be open to making another move are getting ahead of themselves, with it important for him to get a regular run of games before judgement can be passed on the success of his time with Liverpool.

Borini said: "Am I looking to move abroad? People need to think more about my situation.

"In Italy people give more time to foreigners than they do to youngsters.

"I feel really good in England."

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