James Milner is confident he can help Liverpool win trophies after his decision to leave Manchester City during the summer, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
Milner made the switch to Anfield before the beginning of the season after struggling to play on a regular basis at the Etihad, with the likes of David Silva, Jesus Navas, and Samir Nasri ahead of him in the pecking order.
With the midfielder out of contract, Milner joined the Reds on a free and has become one of their best players this term under new manager Jurgen Klopp.
And despite being out of the Champions League as well as the race for the Premier League title, the England international is certain it was the right choice to leave City and join the Merseyside club, especially with the Sky Blues signing Raheem Sterling and Kevin de Bruyne to add to competition for places.
“Looking at the players City signed, I’m not sure I would have kept a couple of £50-£60million players (Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling) out of the team,” he said.
“I am coming to the part of my career where I want to play more football.
“I was fortunate enough to win everything at City. They hadn’t won anything for such a long time. I wanted to go there and help them achieve success and we managed to do that.
“Liverpool has had such an amazing history but I would like to be a part of winning trophies here. I can see that happening.
“The moments when you win a trophy or achieve something — they are few and far between. You have to enjoy them when they come. You don’t want any regrets. Hopefully I have still got a few years left.”
Milner, 30, has made 30 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring five goals.