Midfielder Curtis Jones believes his “time has come” to play a significant role for Liverpool.
Jones, who turned 23 on Tuesday, made his senior debut in January 2019 but his breakthrough did not come until the following campaign.
Since then he has been gaining experience and – after a testing time last year because of injury – he is enjoying his best goalscoring season, having taken his tally to five with a goal in last weekend’s FA Cup victory over Norwich.
“It’s been the first time when I’ve come in the team and I’m enjoying it, I’m playing free, I’m scoring goals and helping the team. So, I’m happy.”
Curtis Jones has detailed his development into an all-round midfielder:
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Manager Jurgen Klopp’s faith in the Toxteth-born academy graduate has not wavered and Jones responded with another good performance in the 4-1 win over Chelsea which extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to five points.
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