Andrew Robertson speaks incredibly well, he really does.
The 24-year-old Scot is small in size but huge in character and is one of our best bargains in decades.
To think, we essentially acquired him in a swap-deal with Hull for Kevin Stewart…
The left-back will start for Liverpool against PSG on Tuesday night, directly up against the sublime Kylian Mbappe. It could well be one of the biggest tests of Robertson’s career to date.
However, during a press-conference, he was asked about Neymar instead, and in particular the Brazilian’s reputation for cheating.
Instead of worrying about Neymar’s theatrics, Robbo’s focussing solely on the 26-year-old’s undeniable skill.
“How will Neymar be received at Anfield? That’s not up to me, it’s the fans. What I do know is that he’s a world-class player and we need to be wary of him,” Robertson told Goal.
“His skills speak for themselves. Yeah, people say he goes down too easily, but that’s not up to us. It’s up to the referee to decide. We’ll stay away from that.
“For us, we’ve got to concentrate on the qualities. Unfortunately for us, he has a lot of them. It’s one player that we’ll have to be wary of.
“The bad thing for us is that they’ve got quite a lot of players that we’ll have to be wary of. On the other hand, a good thing for us is that we’ve got a lot of players that can cause them problems.”
Avoiding defeat against PSG will set up us nicely in Champions League Group C. We travel to Napoli after the clash with the French giants, before back to back games against Red Star.
If we can pick up six points against the Serbians and one win over PSG or Napoli, we’ll be pretty much already qualified.