Liverpool Video Viral: Jose Enrique Wants Iniesta and Plays FIFA as Real Madrid!

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Jose Enrique has taken some time out of his training and preparation for Liverpool's upcoming games to speak to the official club website about a range of subjects, with questions sent in by fans.

In the eight-minute interview, the Reds No. 3 talks about issues such as what he believes he can achieve at Liverpool, where his preferred position is on the pitch and who the toughest opponents he has encountered are.

There are also some non-football insights to his life such as his new baby's name and what he misses most about life in Spain.

Asked about which Spanish national team player he would try to convince to move to Liverpool, Jose Enrique was without doubts:

Andres Iniesta. He's a player who changes the game. Not just as a player but people speak about him, his personality is amazing. To have both things is really important. If not for Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo I would pick him, for sure.

The left-back also revealed that his love of playing FIFA—well known to anybody who follows him on Twitter—leads him to play as Real Madrid most of the time.

Back away from the cameras, Jose Enrique will be getting ready to feature for the Reds against Aston Villa this coming weekend as Brendan Rodgers' team try to get closer to the top four. With just a four-point gap between Liverpool and Everton in fourth, the next two home games take on a big significance, and the Reds' improved defence in recent weeks could be key to taking maximum points.

Jose Enrique left the field last week with an injury after only half an hour and it is as yet unknown if he will be fit to take his place against Aston Villa, having reverted to his natural left-back role against the Hammers.

Read here about the key battles in Liverpool's fixture vs. Villa


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