Hamburger SV striker Simon Terodde has revealed he regularly searches for Liverpool songs on the internet and would love to watch a Merseyside derby at some point.
Terodde joined Hamburger on a free transfer from Koln in the summer, the latest in a long line of German clubs he has played for during his career.
His time in German football has seen him earn a reputation as something of a derby specialist, scoring decisive goals for Hertha Berlin, Stuttgart and Koln in clashes with their rivals over the years.
This weekend sees him trying to add to that tally when his new club take on city rivals St Pauli in the 2.Bundesliga.
Ahead of the game German rapper Daweed has released a song titled Tormanische Terodde in honour of the striker, who has six goals in six games for his new club this season.
That prompted Abendblatt to ask the striker about his musical tastes in a recent interview, during which he revealed his love for Liverpool.
“I like to surf the net and look for Liverpool songs, for example. In that regard, I’m already crazy about football,” he told the newspaper.
“Anfield Road is still on my list. And Boxing Day. Where I really want to go is the Old Firm in Glasgow. Rangers versus Celtic.
“A good friend was there once, and he said the mood was incredible. I will definitely do that again.
“But I don’t watch international football that much. I mostly watch German football. Third division too. There are also exciting derbies.”