James Milner insists he has no regrets leaving Manchester City for Liverpool after seeing his former club's 100 per cent start to the season.
The midfielder joined the Reds from City on a free transfer back in June and was named vice-captain after impressing in pre-season.
The Citizens have won all three of their opening games, while Liverpool started their season with two wins and a draw with somewhat unconvincing performances.
However, Milner is confident that Liverpool will improve as the season progresses and has no regrets about leaving the Etihad for Anfield.
"I have watched [City] on the TV but I might have been watching them sitting on the bench if I had stayed at the club," he said.
"That is the decision I have made. I am delighted to have joined Liverpool and am enjoying every minute. Liverpool is the club that is used to winning and every time they step onto the field they expect to win – that is a nice pressure to have.
"You want to play with the biggest clubs and best players. You want to be among good, experienced players and a blend of English talent and foreign players. Everything is there.
"You look down the squad list and on the bench and it is a strong balance. You need a good squad to do anything and we will definitely have that."