Milan Jovanovic: Europa League goal against Bucharest will kick-start my Liverpool career

03 December 2010 04:24
Milan Jovanovic fired Liverpool into the last 32 of the Europa League then insisted it would kick-start his Anfield career.[LNB]The 29-year-old clinched a 1-1 draw against Steaua Bucharest and after playing a bit part for much of this season, feels he now deserves an extended run in the side.[LNB]The Serbia striker said: 'I was really satisfied with the goal and it was very important for us - I was really happy to get the chance to play and I really hope to play more games now.[LNB] Heading the right way: Jovanovic insists his goal is the start of something special[LNB]'It's difficult to speak about not playing. But the fact is I have a three-year contract here. I'm patient.'[LNB]Jovanovic now has two goals this season following his summer switch from Standard Liege, the other being in the Carling Cup defeat at home to Northampton.[LNB]He was far happier after this goal, however, admitting: 'We didn't play that well but we got the result we needed and that is all that matters.[LNB]'I think a draw was about fair. It was a really hard game for us. Qualification was at stake and we have achieved our goal.'[LNB] Liverpool and Everton should move in together, says former chief BroughtonLIVERPOOL v Aston Villa: Long term absentee Jamie Carragher replaced by Sotirios KyrgiakosSteaua Bucharest 1 Liverpool 1: Reds qualify despite Pepe Reina howler England suffer World Cup humiliation as they fail in bid to land 2018 finalsEUROPA LEAGUE LIVE: Steaua Bucharest 1 Liverpool 1 - all the action as it happenedThe Friday Five: Mourinho's most memorable moments of madness! LIVERPOOL FC

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