Can has been included in Liverpool’s starting XI for their last two games and has impressed despite losing both games.
The 20-year-old midfielder is expected to start for Liverpool this weekend against Crystal Palace.
“I never thought being a Liverpool player would be easy,” Can said speaking to the Liverpool Echo.
“This club has a worldwide reputation and is expected to achieve positive results. You know about the pressure.
“I arrived, then had a few injuries on the pre-season tour. I returned to the team then got injured on international duty.
“This was a frustration because the team had just beaten Tottenham and I felt very positive.
“Playing well helps a player settle most. Instead when you are injured, you can only play catch-up.
“But in terms of fitness, I feel close to where I want to be now. I want to help the team improve its results.
“We know if we perform to our maximum we can achieve good results.”
Can moved to Liverpool on a £9.75m deal from Bayer Leverkusen this summer but missed much of the early part of the season with injury.