The Portuguese winger fired the game-winner towards the workforce he used to play for, serving to his present membership escape of their rut within the course of
Liverpool ahead Diogo Jota mirrored on what he known as a “particular sport” after he helped Liverpool take down his former membership Wolves on Monday.
The Portuguese ahead scored the lone purpose within the Reds’ win, which marked the membership’s second victory in its final eight Premier League matches.
Wolves offered Jota to Liverpool final summer season for a £41 million ($53m) charge, with the attacker proving efficient when wholesome for the Reds this marketing campaign.
What did Jota should say?
“We’re in poor kind so we have to change that. At present was an excellent sport and we did our job,” he instructed BBC Sport.
“It is a particular sport. I labored right here for over three years. I do know virtually everybody in that dressing room. I simply want the followers may very well be right here to make it much more particular.
“The purpose meant rather a lot and it helped the workforce I characterize now. It was actually, actually necessary in the present day. The break comes not in an excellent second. We had two wins, two clear sheets so we might have constructed some momentum.
“It was actually, actually necessary [to score]. As a striker, I all the time need to be concerned in objectives. I had alternatives I did not take within the Champions League. It is a good feeling to be again on scoresheet.
“If we play the best way now we have right here I feel now we have an opportunity [of the top four].”
Jota’s time at Liverpool
After making the transfer from Wolves this summer season, Jota immediately asserted himself as a key a part of Liverpool’s assault, providing Jurgen Klopp that long-awaited attacking choice to rival the trio of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.
He obtained off to a powerful begin at Anfield, turning into the primary participant since Robbie Fowler to attain seven objectives in his first 10 Liverpool appearances.
Nonetheless, Jota suffered a leg damage in December, ruling him out for 2 months, with Liverpool’s tailspin starting quickly after.
Jota made his return in late February, and, with Monday’s purpose haul, now has 9 objectives in his first 20 Liverpool appearances.