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Liverpool Flop Has No Regrets About Turning Down Summer Anfield Exit

Liverpool striker Fabio Borini insists he has no regret about staying at Anfield

In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, the so-far disappointing Fabio Borini says he has no regrets about staying at Liverpool, and believes he can still go on to become a star at the club.

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Reds boss Brendan Rodgers advised Borini to a move away from the Merseyside club, but the forward snubbed a move to Sunderland, where he spent last season on loan, as well as QPR.

The 23 year old is yet to net a single goal this season, finding himself on the periphery of Rodgers’ first-team plans,with just four starts and nine appearances from the bench.

However, the Italian insists that rejecting a move away from the club in the summer was the correct decision, and is certainly not looking to leave this month:

“I’ve never regretted staying here,” the forward said.

“Yes, I could have left but I wanted to stay at Liverpool and I’m glad I did.

“I won’t be leaving this month either. I started the last game and I don’t see any reason why I would need to change clubs. I see it as all positive for me.”

Daniel Sturridge has been back in training this week, and his return is certain to see Borini head back to the bench.

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