The former Chelsea player was signed by new boss Brendan Rodgers from Roma in a £10.5million deal and has already made six appearances, scoring one goal. Borini's move to Liverpool has reunited the forward with Rodgers following their time at Swansea and that working relationship was a factor behind the transfer.
Agent Marco De Marchi told romanews.eu: "Fabio settled immediately. "He has already been in England and he already knows the Premier League's atmosphere and environment.
"He spent an extraordinary season with Roma but when he got Liverpool's offer there were several assessments with the club and at the end Fabio decided to accept to go. "The presence of Brendan Rodgers on the bench surely had an influence."