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Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge believes there is much more to come from him in the future even though he is arguably having his strongest campaign in the top-flight to date.
That will be music to England manager Roy Hodgson’s ears, with the Reds frontman being the most consistent English forward in the Premier League this season.
The World Cup in Brazil is edging ever closer, with the Three Lions at 30.00 to win the tournament, and Hodgson will be hoping to have Sturridge firing on all cylinders when it comes to the competition in South America.
The former Manchester City and Chelsea striker appears to have now found his true home at Anfield and under manager Brendan Rodgers seems to be blossoming alongside fellow forward Luis Suarez.
After many seasons of hard work, it appears that the 24-year-old is reaping the rewards and furthermore he expects his game to keep on improving in the campaigns to come for both England and Liverpool, who are 4.50 to win the Premier League title this season.
“Good things come to those who wait as they say,” Sturridge said. “I’ve had to wait my time. I think that in the end all the things that I have been through in the past have helped me to get to where I am today.
“I thank Chelsea and Man City for what they have done for me in the past. It’s been an amazing journey so far and the journey hasn’t finished.”