The young winger made his debut in Switzerland against Young Boys and followed it up with a stand-out performance against West Brom in the Capital One Cup, the left-footer is now ready to force his way into the manager's plans.
"I didn't play a game for a long time but with every match I'm feeling fitter and stronger," he told liverpoolfc.com. "My debut went well against Young Boys and then against West Brom it was great to play the pass for Nuri Sahin to score the winner.
"I'm very happy that the manager has given me some minutes and it's been a good start for me here.
"I have to keep impressing him and make sure that I show my qualities every time the coach picks me. I will give everything for the club."