Liverpool ace Adam Lallana believes he is nearing his best form since his £25million move from Southampton in the summer, Daily Star reports.
The England international found it difficult in his first few months at Anfield, suffering a knee injury in pre-season and struggling to adapt to his new team-mates.
However Lallana’s performances have improved recently with manager Brendan Rodgers’ change of formation, and the 26-year-old is confident he is close to his best.
“Listen, I never thought it was going to be easy coming to a club as big as this,” he said. “Maybe part of me wanted to do too well, trying too hard.
“But I’m getting there. I’m feeling more relaxed and a relaxed Adam Lallana on the pitch is when I’m at my best.
“I’m gradually feeling myself more and more. We’ve got a fantastic squad and I understand that sometimes there are different options.
“I’m professional and I’m just happy that we’ve found a bit of form.
“We’re playing a system I feel comfortable in and in the last fortnight we’ve found performances, which is massive for us. It all of a sudden kind of clicked.”
The Reds travel to Burnley on Boxing Day in their attempt to climb up the table to their desired Champions League spot.