There is an obvious belief running through the team right now that everyone has room to improve as the season progresses.
Reds midfielder Marko Grujic believes he is capable a lot more than what he has shown in the early stages of his Anfield career.
The 20-year-old made his first home start in last month’s EFL Cup win against Tottenham and, despite his solid performance, is positive he has a lot more to offer.
He told Liverpoolfc.com: “It was a nice game and a nice moment for me, a first [home] start against a very strong team in Tottenham who played very well.”
“Of course, I will try to improve my skills. Maybe before the game I had a little bit of pressure, but that’s normal before games like that.”
“I felt good after the game and had positive comments from the coaches. But I know that I can do much better.”
It’s safe to say that the Serbian has made an assured start to life at Liverpool, impressing in the club’s pre-season fixtures and putting in a steady performance against Spurs.
He has established himself well and bought into Jurgen Klopp’s desire for his players to continue improving on their game.
Grujic has posed as a mature figure in the U23s side and has shown signs of becoming a powerful box to box central midfielder.
New signings, especially the younger players, often take some time to settle in and become comfortable with what they are doing, but Grujic seems to have already achieved that.
He is certainly one to keep an eye on.