Cape Town - Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has vowed to bounce back from injury stronger than ever.The 20-year-old joined the Reds for £10million during the summer transfer window, but his Liverpool career was halted after picking up an injury while on international duty for Germany Under-21s.According to the London Evening Standard, Can hopes to showcase his true abilities when he returns to full fitness for the Merseyside club."I've worked a lot on my fitness after the injury and I'm doing fine," he told Liverpool's official website."I had a couple of problems in pre-season after I joined the club. Then I had two good games for Germany and I picked up the injury."I'll get fit again and I'll be stronger but that's all part and parcel of football. I will definitely fight for the club and try to make sure we win every game, as will my team-mates. I'll give 100 per cent."I've got to say [the games against Manchester City and Tottenham] were not my best, because I was struggling a bit with a calf problem in both those games and that meant it was difficult to do everything at a high tempo."When I'm fully fit again I'll be able to produce better performances. I'm really convinced of that."