Charlie Adam was pleased to make his Liverpool debut yesterday. Adam came on as a half-time subsitute as the Reds beat Guangdong Sunray Cave 4-3 in their opening pre-season friendly of the new campaign. The new signing was pleased to pull on the famous Red jersey for the first time. "It was nice to make my debut for Liverpool. The weather and humidity was tough but I think it was a good work out for us, and to get 45 minutes was good for me," he told the club's official website. "I was itching to get on. It's always difficult to come on in the second half of the game but I thought we played some terrific stuff, we passed it well and considering this was our first game together I thought we did well. "It was a good moment for me to put on the red shirt for the first time. As soon as I knew the opportunity to come to this club was happening I was delighted because I was desperate to come to this club. "I'm very grateful to the manager and Damien Comolli for bringing me here and I just want to try and get fit for the start of the season now. "I feel okay. We've got just over a month before the start of the season so I've got plenty of time to get fit. "We will keep working hard and be ready for the start of the season."