Jurgen Klopp has challenged in-form Darwin Nunez to maintain his strong start to the season when Liverpool entertain West Ham United on Sunday.
Nunez struck a second-half penalty in the 3-1 win over LASK in the Europa League on Thursday night to take his season's tally to three goals in six appearances and just two starts.
The Uruguay international sits atop of the club's in-house scoring charts in the early going of the campaign alongside Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah and with the Hammers to visit Anfield this week, Klopp has urged his £64m striker to keep it up as the Reds try to maintain their excellent start to their Premier League term.
"He is in a really good moment, he enjoys his game a lot at the moment, that is fine," Klopp said. "You only have a problem as a striker when you don't have any chances. He has chances, opportunities.
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"Obviously it is not too long ago he scored two of the most incredible goals I've seen for a long, long time at Newcastle. Absolutely insane. He played a super game against Aston Villa. Then it was the international break, he had a bit of a muscle issue.
"He said he was fine but we read obviously what (Uruguay manager) Marcelo Bielsa said and he travelled back so we decided not to start him against Wolves. He came on and had a massive impact on the game. He is in a good moment.
"It is not too important if he scores already or not, for a striker it is important that if he doesn't score, he is playing well. He understands that and he knows it will fall into place anyway."
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