Old-boy Adam eyes Anfield win
Charlie Adam believes Stoke can get something off his old side Liverpool when the Potters travel to Anfield on Sunday.
The midfielder joined Tony Pulis' side from the Merseysiders over the summer when it became clear he was not going to feature regularly under new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers. The Scotland international insists he has no hard feelings about being shown the door at Anfield and is grateful for the chance to have played for Liverpool but is now happy to be a regular for the Potters. "I could have stayed at Liverpool and played maybe 15 to 20 times a season, but that isn't enough for me. I want to play 30 to 40 times a season," Adam said. "For me, playing on a Saturday is what being in this profession is all about and thankfully I'm at a club where the manager wants to use me." Liverpool are favourites to claim their first home league win of the season on Sunday but Adam believes the visitors can get a point or even all three if they play to their full potential. "If we can perform the way we know we can, then we can win the game for sure," he added. Punters wishing to side with Adam and back Stoke with their free bet would be rewarded with big odds on an away victory.