Alex Oxlade-chamberlain says he is not happy with his performance, despite scoring in Liverpool’s 5-0 win over Swansea.
Oxlade-Chamberlain maintained his recent good form with his second goal of the season for Liverpool since joining from Arsenal in the summer.
It capped a fine team display by the Reds, who moved into the top four with the victory.
But despite the win, Oxlade-Chamberlain was far from impressed with his own performance.
He told Sky Sports: “I was a bit disappointed with myself today, although I’m happy to score. When the chance came at the end I was happy to put it away.
“In the first half we did OK and we stepped it up in the second half.
“I just want more out of myself. I could have done better with my end product a few times. Overall it could have been better.
“I just want to keep pushing myself on to do better. It’s important for me [to score]. Today it [the goal] wasn’t so crucial as we were leading by a few but I need to keep doing that. There were some great goals today. We defended well overall.”