In a blink of an eye, January has come and gone, and while it will be some time before the real winners and losers of the transfer window emerge, it already looks as though Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has pulled off a clever bit of business by signing Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea.
Despite possessing all the qualities needed to be one of England's leading forwards, the 23-year-old had to play second fiddle to a misfiring Fernando Torres at Stamford Bridge and was often deployed out of position in a wide role. How times have changed.
Five games into his Anfield career, Sturridge has already hit the net three times and shown signs of forming a deadly partnership with Luis Suarez, although that shouldn't come as a surprise given both are quality players.
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