Torres looks to end Liverpool trophy drought

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Fernando Torres says he is desperate to win his first medal with Liverpool and end the Reds’ trophy drought.

Rafa Benitez’s men haven’t won a trophy since defeating West Ham in the 2006 FA Cup Final, a year after winning the European Cup in the boss’ first season at Anfield.

But Torres, who has spent two full seasons with the club, is yet to lift a trophy in a Liverpool shirt and he says he can’t wait get his hands on glory.

“It is so important for me to get my first club medal with Liverpool but I am young, I am just 25,” said Torres.

“I have won top honours with Spain now and, yes, there is a desperation to win a trophy for the fans at Liverpool.

“Three years without a trophy is too much for Liverpool and especially the Premier League – it is far too long for this club.

“We have to improve and try to win the league, the Champions League or maybe a cup because to go another season and have four years without a trophy would be a massive blow for Liverpool.

“After winning the European Championship with Spain I know exactly how it feels to win a major trophy and I know that, if we can win at Liverpool, it will feel the same or even better than it did with Spain.”

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