There has been one difficulty for the Spaniard, however.
Out of the nine signings that arrived at Anfield during the summer, you could make a good case for the 22-year-old Spaniard being the most pleasing of them all.
Though he has made a couple of errors during his time at the club, everyone has seen his potential. He scored a wonderful goal on only his second appearance for the club against Tottenham and has demonstrated that he could be a left-back for the long term, in what has been a problem position for the Reds to address over the years.
It hasn't all been plan sailing on a personal level, as he told the official Liverpool website: "I think the language has been the thing I've struggled with the most. After that, my mum and dad are over here with me and so the days take care of themselves.
"Then I'm lucky enough to have my fellow Spaniards Jose Enrique, Suso and Javier Manquillo in the dressing room. When we leave Melwood we always arrange to meet up to have some lunch or a few games of FIFA, so our days are filled with stuff to do.
"Everything is great here at Melwood, the facilities, my teammates, the manager; everything. I really couldn't be happier here."
Well, maybe he could be happier as Liverpool currently sit in 11th place in the Premier League, and although they can get to the knockout stages of the Champions League by winning their last two matches in the group, they would like to the passage to be somewhat smoother.
But Moreno at least seems to have settled well, and was one of Brendan Rodgers key signings as he looked to shore up his back four - and bring in a player who could perform at the top level in the role.
The strong Spanish contingent will inevitably have helped him settle at the club, but Moreno will be hoping to be even happier soon as the rest of the Liverpool newboys get to grips even more with life at the club, as they look to move forward and consolidate their position amongst the European elite.