Philippe Coutinho believes Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could 'attract more good players' for the club in the transfer window.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the Brazilian playmaker, who has been one of the Reds' finest players over the course of the past year, has also insisted that he's not thinking about his future, instead suggesting that he's only thinking about 'the moment'.
At 23-years-old, the agile midfielder is recognised as one of the most exciting talents in the Premier League. With Klopp in charge, Coutinho is expected to go from strength-to-strength on Merseyside, and he certainly appears to be happy at the club.
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"For me I just think about the moment," says Coutinho. "And at this moment I just want to give my best for the club. And help the club. Liverpool is a big club and always will be."
When asked whether Klopp makes Liverpool even bigger, Coutinho responded by saying: ‘With him coming it could attract more good players, for sure.
"He is a big manager. A top manager. He gives the players a lot of confidence. He has a lot of experience. He’s open to listening to the players as well, so it’s good. But, as I say, I just focus on now and doing the best for my team. I don’t really think about these other things."
Coutinho certainly has the attributes to become the club's talisman. There's still some room for improvement at this stage, but he's showing signs that he will become a top player.
With five goals in 12 Premier League games, Coutinho has enjoyed a solid start to the campaign. Now, though, ahead of the festive period, the technically gifted star must produce the goods week in, week out to help the Reds climb the Premier League table.
At Liverpool, Coutinho is starring for the right team to continue his development, so he should look to stay on at the club for the foreseeable future.
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