"For Danny it's been brilliant coming back," he told Liverpoolfc.com.
"The experience of playing first-team football at Aberdeen was great for him; confidence and experience are very important for a goalkeeper.
"Ever since he's come back, he's worked really hard, showed in training what he can do, and obviously in that game against Bournemouth where he did really well.
"He'll be there to push [me] on and that's what you want throughout the team.
"Everybody in the dressing room is ready to play and to push each other on."