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Published: 19:00 | 14/12/15

Clyne happy to play on


Nathaniel Clyne has no interest in being rested as he targets a Capital One Cup semi-final appearance.

Wednesday's quarter-final meeting with Southampton will be Liverpool's fourth fixture in the space of 11 days and the workload will only increase due to the busy Christmas and New Year schedule.

Clyne has featured in all but one of Liverpool's fixtures this season but he is undaunted by the congested fixture list because he is only focused on helping Liverpool challenge for trophies.

"I’m feeling good. I’m young, I’m fit and healthy, and always up for playing games," Clyne revealed. "I enjoy playing and the more games I play, the better I feel.

"This is definitely a great chance to win a trophy. Win this and we will be in the semis.

"I got to the semis in this competition with Palace. We beat Man United but then we lost to Cardiff. It’s highs and lows.

"It would be great to go further. We’re in good form and we want to keep that run going.

"We’ve just got to keep on putting in performances. Beating some of the best teams definitely gives us the confidence that we can go all the way."


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