Ngog happy at Liverpool

Baggies hopes quashed as striker states Anfield comfort

Ngog: Wants to score goals

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David Ngog has quashed West Brom's hopes of taking him to The Hawthorns by reiterating his commitment to Liverpool.

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The French youngster notched his first Premier League goal of the season on Sunday when blasting home the opener in the 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Anfield.

Manager Roy Hodgson stated in July that Ngog, a signing of predecessor Rafa Benitez, had a future at Liverpool.

But West Brom boss Roberto Di Matteo remains determined to try and force a loan move for the 21-year-old as the Baggies seek to increase their attacking options.

Ngog, though, has no plans to leave Merseyside, telling his club's official website: "I am happy at Liverpool. I am focused on the club and I'm trying to do my best for Liverpool.

"I am a striker and I want to score a lot of goals for Liverpool. I work hard for this and so it's good when it comes off."