Former Wolves star Diogo Jota has confessed to being unhappy since he joined Liverpool in the summer transfer window.
This will come as a surprise to many who expect to hear otherwise, knowing that Diogo Jota is having the best of time with the Premier League title holders with six goals in 11 appearances to his name, including a hat trick for the club.
Diogo Jota joined Liverpool for an initial fee of £41 million and he has been hailed to be one of the best signings of the summer transfer window because of the impact he has made in Jurgen Klopp’s team.
Despite the many positives surrounding his stay at Anfield, Diogo Jota is not happy that he has not been able to play before the fans.
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“When I first signed at Anfield, I was asked what my feeling was and I said for it to be perfect, I had to play in a full stadium to have that even more special feeling.
“It feels bitter not being able to feel the atmosphere of Anfield.
“I try not to think about a long future. I came here to do my best, I didn’t aim for anything in particular and when that is the case, there are no disappointments or surprises.
“I’m in one of the best teams in the world, if not the best, so I have to take advantage of that. And looking ahead, if I am focused, I know that I will have many opportunities.
However, Diogo Jota takes delight in the fact that he has been able to make positive impact in the Reds team because of manager Jurgen Klopp.