The Italian left Roma for the Reds during the summer and claims that the controversial City forward helped him decide to make the switch back to England.
"The fans played a big part [in me joining Liverpool]," Borini told FourFourTwo.
"When I was with Italy at Euro 2012, I was talking to Balotelli about England, and he told me that Liverpool had the most exciting fans to play in front of.
"He described it as a beautiful experience.
"I became aware that Brendan Rodgers wanted me, and once I got the official request I knew what to do. I spoke with Roma to discuss it and we came to an agreement."
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"I am a striker but I played right and left at Roma. I think I have the attributes to fill the manager's approach," Borini added.
"I like to work hard for the team, which is what his tiki-taka style demands.
"I just try to be available and always offer an option. I love scoring goals and hope to get many more wearing the red of Liverpool."