Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has admitted he is still trying to adapt to the methods of Jurgen Klopp and believes his long spell as an Arsenal player has made the process more difficult.
The England international brought an end to a six-year spell at the Emirates to make a £35million move to Liverpool last summer, but has so far failed to see the increase in first-team opportunities that he had been hoping for.
Although critics have been quick to question his decision to make the move, the 24-year-old says his lack of playing time has been down to an inability to deliver Klopp's tactical instructions. But he remains confident he is moving towards full conversion.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is slowly adapting to the tactics of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
He told Liverpool's official website: 'It’s a different style of play here. I think you’ll find that anywhere you go, different managers have different demands, but I think maybe for me, I’ve been set in one way for basically my whole career at the top level.
'Some boys might chop and change every couple of years, going to different clubs with different ideas and