Liverpool midfielder Emre Can: I'm thinking about future, but my agent has

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can: I'm thinking about future, but my agent has

Having scored five goals without reply in a dazzling first-leg display in Portugal three weeks ago, this was always going to be a procession for Liverpool at Anfield - a ground that has been something of a fortress this season.

The Egypt worldwide signed for Liverpool FC from Italian side AS Roma last summer and he has been in sensational form for Jurgen Klopp's men this term. "We are doing well in the Premier League and we want that to continue and we are now in the Champions' League quarter final and we want that to continue".

Looking back over your career: "If I look back, I can feel proud of the things I've won in the game, of everything I have achieved".

"A top Spanish club?"

Last season's last-eight famously featured Leicester City, whose fantastic run was eventually halted by Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid.

Saido Mane had hit the post for the home side in a largely forgettable first-half, whilst Danny Ings, who got rare match minutes, came close in the later stages. We are not afraid.

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"There is a good development in Liverpool at the moment, it is a nice moment, but if you don't show up in a competition like the Champions League then no-one realises it", he said.

"I don't think we should be as surprised as we are". But I haven't signed for any other club.

"We are a good team, we can play against the big Spanish teams and we feel we can be a match for them".

Pundit Joey Barton claims that Liverpool are starting to make progress in their attempts to win the Premier League title under Jurgen Klopp.

Holders Real Madrid and last season's beaten finalists Juventus are also through to the quarter-finals, but Firmino insists Liverpool will not be intimidated by any of the teams left in the competition.

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