A blueprint for success for Liverpool to kick on over the second half of the season.

Liverpool have been blessed by the return to form of Raheem Sterling over the past month, which has highlighted the under-performance of Victor Moses.

The Nigerian international arrived at Anfield with high hopes on loan from Chelsea, but has not played 90 minutes in the league since October.

In fact he hasn't played more than 22 minutes in a single game since December 1, with Brendan Rodgers losing faith in him.

This is why Liverpool should send him back now, and sign a player who can really help them kick on, rather than flounder on the bench.

The perfect solution is bargain-priced Sidney Sam of Sami Hyypia's Bayer Leverkusen, who has a reported €2.5 million in his contract.

Leverkusen have been trying desperately to get him to agree a new deal, but it was reported yesterday he has turned down a new deal.