The 17-year-old started against Melbourne Victory and again showed his pace and trickery down the right flank during the Reds 2-0 win at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
He said, "I feel I'm doing ok. I'm trying to learn from the senior players and the new lads that have come in.
"Hopefully I can take it into the new season and stay consistent.
"It was a big boost to make my first team debut against Queens Park Rangers at Anfield on the final day of last season.
"To play in the Premier League, and on such a big occasion with it being Jamie Carragher's final match before retirement, was a great experience for me.
"I felt really good about it and hopefully I can take that into the new season."