Southampton star James Ward-Prowse has explained that his England teammate and former Liverpool player Conor Coady ‘doesn’t stop talking about’ Steven Gerrard.
Ward-Prowse, who is renowned for his unbelievable set-piece deliveries, also revealed that he mirrors the technique of both David Beckham and Gerrard when he’s playing.
“Steven Gerrard would probably be the other one,” Ward-Prowse told The Times (Rousing The Kop).
“Conor Coady doesn’t stop talking about him!”
Coady was born in St. Helens on Merseyside and joined the Reds Academy set-up at the age of 12 – he remained at the club until 2014 before joining Huddersfield Town and then Wolves the following year.
The 29-year-old is now club captain at Molineux and is an established England international.
The keen Liverpool supporter scored the winning goal for Wolves in a 1-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park recently.
It’s great to see that Coady has developed as a player and is enjoying a really successful career since his departure from Anfield back in 2014.
We wish him all the best for the future.