Liverpool goalkeeper looks set to play an integral part in Huddersfield Town this season as they look to bounce back from the depth of the Championship.
The young Polish international has caught the eye in West Yorkshire, and his efforts haven’t got unnoticed by caretaker boss Mark Hudson.
“Kamil is fantastic,” he told the Examiner Live. “He took a whack, along with Terence Kongolo, in the high-pressure game against Reading – and he put his hand up to say he wanted to stay on the pitch.
“That shows his character and his willingness to stay on there and battle. He has got lots and lots of qualities and he is only going to get better.”
The 20-year-old will spend the rest of the season on loan at Huddersfield, but some Liverpool fans were hoping he’d make an early return after injuries to Alisson and Adrian.
This isn’t going to be possible, but it’s a long-term positive as Grabara will learn to play at a higher level by spending a season getting some first team football in the Championship.
It’s too early to judge whether Kamil will make the cut at Liverpool, but the last goalkeeper we sent to the Town – Danny Ward – was arguably made by the time he spent on loan.