Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has revealed he is willing to push himself to the limit to find his best again, report the Daily Mail.
The England international has had a nightmare two years with a series of injuries, with doubts about his mentality raised by Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.
Though he returned to the fold in the latter part of the campaign and made England’s Euro 2016 squad, he remains a doubt for the season opener against Arsenal.
Undoubtedly one of the most gifted players in the league when fully fit, the 26-year old has reaffirmed his desire to get back to his best.
With intense competition for places at Anfield, the former Manchester City and Chelsea man has roared that he wants to be recognised as one of the best players in league, as he was two years ago in a devastating pair with Luis Suarez.
‘I don’t know if there are many people who could have dealt with the things I have and still be where I am today, and still be in the positive light I’m in”, he told the Times.
‘Are you talented? Do people enjoy watching you play? Do you excite the fans? I do those things. I’m happy with how my career’s going so far. There are still things to win, still things to achieve. I want to be recognised as the best player in the league.’