Reds number 15 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says he let the side down last season because he was unavailable for selection through injury.
The England international midfielder missed around 12 months through no fault of his own having been seriously injured in the Champions League semi-final against AS Roma back in April 2018.
Now he is back, Oxlade-Chamberlain is looking to make the most of it and will be doing all he can in order to help the team out.
Via the Liverpool ECHO, he said: “I think, for me, of the back of what the boys achieved last year, can I add that little bit extra?
“The boys in midfield played a lot of minutes and they all rotated really well. I’ve been added back into that now so it’s on me to try and bring a little something or some relief to the boys when they’ve played a lot.
“What they achieved last year was so extraordinary. To miss out on the league in the way we did, it was really heart-breaking.
“For me as an individual, my goals are to get back in and around the team and get back to doing something I let them down with last year by not being there.”
Oxlade-Chamberlain certainly did not let the Reds down last year – there was nothing he could do about it. The main thing is that he is back playing now and can be another option in the middle of the pitch as and when he is required.
The Reds did not do too badly in his absence, winning the Champions League in Madrid. Now, with him in the mix, the aim is to bring home the Premier League title.