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Liverpool striker Fabio Borini is confident hard work on the training ground will help him to hit the goal trail for his new club.
The Italian has scored just once in eight appearances since arriving from Roma during the summer, although he has largely been starting in a wide position.
Borini is putting in extra practice at the Reds' Melwood training ground and he believes it is only a matter of time before he is back among the goals.
He told the club's official website: "I'm working really hard on the training ground.
"On my physical condition, technical side and tactical as well, with the manager and the assistant manager after training, with Luis (Suarez) and all the other players.
"It's just probably a moment or a matter of inches or luck. But I think we have qualities to convert the chances, we see in training and we work every day on shooting. It will come."
Borini admits he is enjoying playing for Liverpool and is happy to adopt any position in Brendan Rodgers' side if it ensures he is in the starting line-up.
He added: "I've played lots of games and I've been involved in all of them. It's great for me because I can get more experience than I played last year.
"My favourite position and my natural position, as I've said in the past, is up front, because I played there every time in my career.
"But if to help the team I need to play left or right, midfield or even in goal, it's not a problem because to help the team I will do anything. That's the way it is, and all the players have to do that."