Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has lavished praise on Andrew Robertson and told him he’s still on course for a brilliant career at Anfield.
The Scotland full-back has made just four appearances for the Reds since his £8 million summer switch from Hull City.
He has been forced to play second fiddle to Alberto Moreno, a £12 million signing from Sevilla by Brendan Rodgers three years, who has finally come good.
Robertson has featured more often for Scotland this season, with five appearances, than Liverpool, where he has played just four times.
He played in last weekend’s 5-1 win at Brighton, but was again on the outside of the squad looking in for the 7-0 drubbing of Spartak Moscow in the Champions League.
However, Klopp took time out in his matchday programme notes for Wednesday night’s game to salute the professionalism of the former Queen’s Park and Dundee United starlet.
Speaking about the Brighton game, the German said: “I love that the players embraced the situation and delivered. it is probably wrong after a 5-1 away win to single out any individual, but to highlight the importance of the ‘together’ mentality I will mention Andrew Robertson.
“This player has had to be patient, has had to train and work each day in training and yet see someone else in his position be on fire and keep him out of the team on a matchday. I know this is not easy for any player and it…