Friday saw Wembley play stage to yet another goal and another impressive performance from Adam Lallana.
The Liverpool man’s header helped England towards a comfortable 3-0 win in their World Cup qualifying match against Scotland.
Despite his incredible start to the season, Lallana is still striving to improve his game.
He told the Daily Mail: “I can still improve a lot more. I feel like I’m improving every day at Liverpool, working hard under the boss and hopefully I can keep doing well and performing well for England.”
“I don’t feel a new player, though. Someone said to me something last week, “You’re finally a Liverpool player” I don’t agree with that at all. I just feel that things fall into place and it’s nice to get a good run of games for Liverpool and for England.”
“I spoke about confidence last week and when you’ve got confidence, it’s important you take advantage of it, because it’s not something you can just switch on and off.”
“It’s something that just gradually comes and I feel I’m at the top of my game at the minute, as everyone is at Liverpool.”
Lallana is England’s most technically gifted player and he is on his way towards becoming one of England’s most important players as well.
He is now getting the wide-spread praise he deserves, having managed to translate the sparkling form he has shown for us so far this season, onto the international stage.
Jurgen Klopp’s decision to use him as one of Liverpool’s midfield three, seems to have triggered Lallana’s top form and he is now playing his best football in both a Liverpool and an England shirt.
The challenge for him now is to maintain these kinds of performances levels and prove himself as one of the stars of the Premier League and the England setup.