24th February 2017
Jürgen Klopp’s assertion that Adam Lallana’s best years are still firmly ahead of him at Liverpool is something Gary McAllister admits he found himself agreeing with wholeheartedly.
The No.20 committed his future to the Reds on Wednesday by signing a new long-term contract, two and a half years after originally arriving on Merseyside from Southampton.
Lallana has since firmly established himself as a key component in Jürgen Klopp’s side – but McAllister agrees with the manager’s view that there is more to come from the England international.
“I’m delighted for Adam, he’s an extremely hard worker and he is probably in the prime of his career – and you feel there is still more to come from him,” the Scot told Liverpoolfc.com.
“Getting this boost of the new contract is well deserved and Adam knows exactly where he will be now over the next three or four seasons, which is terrific for Liverpool.
“It would be nice if Adam could win a trophy with Liverpool because with this squad and especially the manager, getting that first trophy would lead to other great things.”