The young striker had a brief preseason with the Reds but is confident that he will perfectly fit in at his new club
After scoring four goals in the preseason, the former Burnley striker is confident that he knows what to do in order to fit in at his new club where he will be looking to form a good pairing with fellow summer signing, Christian Benteke.
The Englishman says that since 2012, when he injured his knee, he has put a lot of effort on his speed, movement and creativity which is going to help him a lot with the Reds.
Speaking to LFCTV GO, Ings told Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler: “After my knee injury [in 2012] I sort of devoted my whole time to working on my speed, my movement, and my creativity.
“What I’ve found was really effective, even at Championship level, was making runs constantly in behind.
“As soon as a defender switches off that run in behind is so effective.
“As long as there’s someone stretching the pitch and you’ve got your creative players behind you in that space – and you’ve got players at this football club to feed those runs – you can be an effective team.
“It’s certainly something I’m looking forward to.”