Davies is just happy to be back in the reckoning saying: "I have always wanted to score a goal at Anfield. I am hoping this is a new start for me," said Davies. "It is the start of a new year and what I've now got to do is to keep scoring goals. The fitness and sharpness will come. I said before the game I really wanted to score a goal at Anfield. I've never scored here before. I'm paid to score goals, so I'm very pleased."
"I know a couple of injuries have let me in, but that is football," said Davies. "Marian and Beatts have done very well, so I can't really complain about not being in the squad.
"I have kept going. I had the chance to go on loan, which I turned down. I wasn't surprised about the loan move because, at the end of the day, I was sixth choice and I want to play football.
"It was a tough decision. I don't want to leave since I've just settled into a new house. But I have earned the chance, and the position with me right now is to make it difficult for the manager to leave me out."