Andy Carroll believes things have 'all come together' at Anfield

Liverpool striker Andy Carroll is finally feeling at home at Anfield

Carling Cup final: Cardiff v Liverpool

Sunday, 26 February
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Liverpool striker Andy Carroll says he is happy at the Merseyside club.

Since moving from Newcastle to Liverpool for £35m in January 2011, Carroll, 23, has scored just eight goals in 40 appearances.

But a recent run of games, first in the absence of Luis Suarez, and more recently alongside the Uruguayan, has seen his confidence rise.

"I feel like I am doing well. I have just started scoring goals and I think it has all come together," he said.

"I am happy, more confident and things are going all right."

Liverpool make their first appearance at the new Wembley Stadium on Sunday when they face Cardiff City in the Carling Cup final.

A win would secure Kenny Dalglish's first trophy since returning to the club as manager and Liverpool's first piece of silverware since lifting the FA Cup in May 2006.

It could also be a first trophy for Carroll - whose only Wembley appearances have so far come while playing for England.

He added: "It is a massive game and I think all the lads are looking forward to it. Hopefully we can get the win.

"I have never been to a cup final. That is all I am looking forward to, getting there. It is a great feeling and hopefully we can win it."

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