Sergi Canos has won Brentford’s goal of the season award.
The 19-year-old Spaniard has been a regular for the Championship outfit, bagging seven league goals and grabbing four assists in 38 appearances.
His performances saw him become a fan favourite, helping the club to a better-than-expected ninth place finish in England’s second tier.
The goal of the season was given to him after an incredible individual effort away to Reading in December.
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Canos claims he is now ready to build on an impressive 12 months and challenge for a starting berth under Klopp:
“I wanted to show Klopp that I’m ready to play for Liverpool and every day is a challenge so I learn this and I think I can take it,” he said.
“After every game of Liverpool, Klopp gives a hug to every single player – I want to be one of them, it’s my dream.
“When I was at Barca, I saw the quarter-final between Malaga and Borussia Dortmund, and I saw Klopp on the bench for Borussia and I was like ‘I hope one day I can work with Klopp’.
“I have the chance and I want to make it.”
“This experience is to show everybody that you are learning and want to play real football,” he continued.
“I think it’s good to be part of a Championship team. The concentration is massive, not just every game, but everyday in training you have to give 100% and I think it is difficult to be at a good level every day.
“I said in my first interview at Brentford, I didn’t know if I was ready for this challenge. But the first game I made my debut and then in the second game I made an assist so it gave me the feeling that I can do it. I will do it.
£When I come back to Liverpool, I think I will know myself that I am ready.” (via Echo)