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Charlie Adam insists he is ready to sacrifice personal glory to help Liverpool enter a new era of winning trophies.
The Scot hogged the headlines during Blackpool's season in the Barclays Premier League with a tally of 13 goals from midfield - including one which silenced the Kop.
The previous campaign saw Adam total 19 goals from free-kicks, penalties and open play.
However, the 25-year-old claims he would happily give up these picturebook moments to get his hands on some medals.
"I came to Liverpool to win titles and I would trade in anything for that, even if it meant not scoring at all next season," he said.
"I can't wait to get started and hopefully this will be a successful period in my career and in the club's history.
"At the end of the day you get judged on trophies and as a footballer you want to win as many as you can. This club has had a lot of success over the years, so let's get back to doing that."
Adam finds himself battling for a place in a congested midfield, but he is relishing the chance to test himself alongside top international stars.
He said: "Liverpool have many other talented midfielders, the likes of Steven Gerrard, Lucas Leiva, Raul Meireles and Jordan Henderson.
"I think the competition for places will be good for the club. I thrive on that type of challenge and I'm sure the other lads will as well.
"I want to learn and there are some of the best players in the world at this club, so if I can learn from them I am going to improve as a player. That is my aim.
"I see this as the perfect development for me to come here, play with such wonderful players and hopefully help the team to win trophies, because that's the most important thing."
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