Following his selection as the Men’s Player of the Month, Dominik Szoboszlai indicated there will be more to come for Liverpool.
The 22-year-old has been a fixture for the Reds in the Premier League throughout their strong start to the season.
Liverpool briefly held the top spot in the Premier League standings after their 3-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday. This was the Reds’ fourth straight victory.
With his first goal for the team, Szoboszlai capped up his first month at Anfield. He beat Emi Martinez with a left-footed half-volley to put the Reds on track for a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa.
The Hungarian became the second player to join Liverpool after Alexis Mac Allister left Brighton & Hove Albion as part of the summer midfield overhaul. Both Szoboszlai and Mac Allister have had successful debuts in Merseyside and appear to have carved out a starting position in the middle of the pitch for themselves.
Under Jurgen Klopp, Szoboszlai thinks that he has not yet reached his full potential and that he will keep working to enhance both the technical and performance parts of his game.
I believe there will always be more, he remarked. “I can definitely get better, and I also try to learn from the players who have been here for close to seven years, if not longer, or perhaps a little bit less. I’m trying to follow their instructions and just keep doing this.
The 22-year-old beat off competitors including Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson, and Darwin Nunez to earn the prize. Szoboszlai only participated in competitive play for one month before receiving recognition for his efforts and winning the season’s opening prize.
He adds that the achievement surprises him, but he emphasises that Klopp and his Liverpool teammates are responsible for his promising start.
It’s an excellent feeling. Thank you to everyone who supported me in the election, Szoboszlai continued to Liverpoolfc.com. “I’m simply doing all I can to support the team and perform my best work.
“It (the beginning) was also a surprise for me, but thanks to the lads and the manager. If I had a helper, it will be simpler that way.
The first thing that came to mind was how it would feel to play at Anfield in front of the fans, or even during away games. They’re constantly there. I’m overjoyed to see them having fun.