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Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse, currently on loan at Marseille, insists his show of petulance after being substituted last weekend demonstrates his burning desire to be a success at the French club this season.


The 25-year-old, who was playing only his second first-team match since breaking his leg while playing for France before the World Cup, was unhappy at being withdrawn during the second half of the 2-0 defeat to Nancy on Saturday.


Cisse said: ?I regret my gestures, but that is my temperament. I said sorry and I shouldn?t have done it.


?They don?t want to take risks with me. But when you are a player, and you leave the pitch feeling you haven?t given everything you can, you don?t think like that.


?I didn?t come here to twiddle my thumbs, to play for a season and go back to England. I have targets and want to win titles.?

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