Andy Robertson’s tweet from 2012 shows just how incredible his rise has been

Robertson's rise has been incredible

Liverpool are Premier League champions at last. 

It's been a long time coming, too. Reds fans have suffered 30 years of hurt since their last top-flight title.

But captain Jordan Henderson will finally get his hands on the trophy next month and although the celebrations will be a bit different, you can bet every single player will be lifting it above their heads.

One man who may enjoy the moment more than most of his teammates is Andy Robertson. 

The Scotsman's rise to the top has been astonishing and one tweet from 2012 proves how far he's come in eight years. 

Back then, the left-back was just 18 and he was playing for Queen's Park in the Scottish Third Division. 

Struggling to make a living as a footballer, Roberston tweeted about needing to get another job because he wasn't earning enough money. 

He didn't give up on his dream, though.

In June 2013, Robertson joined Dundee United and immediately broke into the first team, before securing a move to Hull City 12 months later. 

He joined the Premier League club for less than £3 million and never looked back.

Robertson is a former Hull City player

After three seasons with The Tigers - two of which were spent in the top flight - Robertson moved to Liverpool for £8 million. 

The Scotsman has since established himself as one of the best full-backs in Europe and has recently signed a new long-term contract with the Premier League champions. 

Money certainly isn't a problem anymore. Neither is success. Hard work really does pay off. 

Robertson is now a PL and CL winner

Along with the title, Robertson has already won the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup with Liverpool.

Even he probably didn't think that things would go so well, so quickly.

Robertson's rise to the top has been incredible

But Jurgen Klopp has built a special team at Anfield and The Reds might well dominate European football for years to come. 

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