'Taught me to be patient': Alexander-Arnold opens up on injury-stricken season – shows Bradley, Gomez appreciation

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'Taught me to be patient': Alexander-Arnold opens up on injury-stricken season – shows Bradley, Gomez appreciation

Liverpool vice-captain Trent Alexander-Arnold opened up on his season gone by and the difficulties faced by him due to his injuries.

"Of course it's never nice to be injured," he said. "You want to play as many games as you can and help the team, but sometimes these things happen."

Trent was appreciative of the learnings taken from his spell on the sidelines, adding that it made him stronger.

"It was a tough time, it was one that taught me to be patient and a time that was difficult. It's never nice for any player to be injured but it just makes you stronger, appreciate the times when you're fit and able to play games."

He also added a word about Joe Gomez and Conor Bradley, who were both impressive in the right-back position in his absence.

"You just want people to step up and help the team win games," the No.66 continued. "Conor did really well throughout that time to be able to step in and do really well.

"Of course Joe Gomez as well, who was exceptional over the course of the season. Both of them have been really good."

AuthorGursher ChabbaSourceLiverpool FC
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