Titi, yet to score for the Hammers since his £1.5million transfer from Anfield almost two years ago, is desperate to impress if he is given the chance at his former hunting ground - where he once scored the winner for the Reds against West Ham despite mourning the death of his father.
He is not overawed about the prospect of taking on a Liverpool side sitting pretty at the top of the table, and he says: "I am there to give service to West Ham, and it is true that little by little I am getting football - but I would really like to show what I am capable of," says Titi.
"It will be difficult at Liverpool but anything is possible in a match - and I would be happy to return to action on Saturday up there.
"It was good at Liverpool but I am at West Ham now and happy here even if I am not playing.
"I had one fantastic season up there, but now it is part of my past.
"The fans there are fair and I hope it will be okay - and I would do everything to earn my place in the West Ham side."
He would love to show his former fans on Merseyside that he can still do the business, and his blueprint for winning the game is succinct.
"We need to be combative, creative, and concentrated," he says.
Titi, who made a 10 minute appearance against Everton on Sunday which coincided with West Ham's late rally, adds: "We are losing at home and that affects confidence - but, playing in front of our own fans after two wins away, we might have expected a good performance.
"But as we failed to score it obviously affects you on the pitch.
"We had lots of chances and that proves we are creating - but now we have to finish them off."
As for Liverpool's title prospects, he adds: "I think it is a good team - but it is a long season and if they get two or three injuries it could change things."