Jordan Henderson has promised 'a lot more to come' after scoring his first goal for Liverpool.
Henderson made the perfect start to his Anfield career scoring in a convincing 3-1 win over Bolton on Saturday taking Liverpool, albeit temporarily, to the top of the Premier League.
The 21-year-old was clearly delighted to open his account for the Reds but was keen to point out a solid team performance.
"Scoring for Liverpool, especially your first goal, means a lot - you could see that from my celebration," noted Henderson. "But the main thing was the team performance. I thought we were brilliant throughout the game.
"I've worked hard and got my head down but I think I can do a lot better, I think there's a lot more to come."
Henderson admits the quality of Liverpool's play this early in the season has surpassed expectations, with Kenny Dalglish's new signings gelling well into the team.
He said: "A lot of players have bedded in well, like Charlie [Adams] and Jose [Enrique] and Stewie [Downing] on the left-hand side have been brilliant.
"We're playing some good stuff at the minute, we've been working hard on the training pitch and it came off today. We just need to carry on doing that, carry on working hard and hopefully we can keep performing like that."
In a big week for the Liverpool new boy Henderson will now join up with the England Under 21 squad for games against Azerbaijan and Israel.
"I'm over the moon to be in the U21 squad," he said. "There are some great players there."
The young midfielder, who has one full international cap, will hope to catch senior boss Fabio Capello's eye.
"Obviously I want to push on and get in the senior squad. I just need to keep working hard and keep doing my job for Liverpool, and hopefully the senior call will come," concluded Henderson.