Ragnar Klavan has been speaking about our friendly loss against AS Roma last night – and also gave an update on how he’s finding life at Liverpool so far.
“I’m satisified with this training camp – not the result today, of course – but we trained a lot, that was our main focus,” he said (via official site).
“It wasn’t just a a US tour where we just we play, like the manager said it was going to be hard work, and we did a lot of hard work.”
Goals from Dzeko and Salah either side of Sheji Ojo’s header consigned us to a 2-1 defeat.
He then moved on to thank all his teammates for their wonderful help in making him feel at home at the club, reserving special praise for Croatian centre-back Dejan Lovren.
“Everything in this area is going good. My teammates are really, really nice guys, helping me a lot,” he added.
“Dejan as well is helping me to settle in on the field in the centre of defence. We have a good relationship.”
He admitted, however, that he still has a lot of work to do in terms of adapting to the English style of play:
“I’m slowly getting used to it. It’s a different style than it was in the Bundesliga, but you adapt to it in training and in the games we played, [though] only one team was from England. But I’m slowly getting there.”