Liverpool youngster Fabio Carvalho says Jurgen Klopp always tells him when he’s done something wrong, which helps him improve as a player.
Speaking in an interview with Football Daily, the 20-year-old has shared what his relationship is like with the Reds boss.
“He’s always talking to me,” Carvalho said.
“He’s always telling me what I should be doing and what I’m doing wrong, which is constructive criticism and that’s how you improve.
“Him and the team (his staff) are always trying to help, always trying to make sure that we get everything we need to be good for game day.
“Obviously, I’ve been playing more on the wing, because obviously we have a lot of midfielders.”
Give Carvalho more game time!
As talented as the Reds youngster may be, he hasn’t been granted many chances to show the fans what he’s made of.
The attacking-midfielder last played for Liverpool in the Premier League back in November, when he came off the bench against Southampton for the final three minutes.
The former U21 Portugal international even failed to make Klopp’s squad for the side’s fourth-round FA Cup tie against Brighton, despite having started in the previous round against Wolves.
Carvalho featured in the first six games of the season for the Merseyside outfit, but his time since has become more and more limited.
Therefore, if Klopp doesn’t think he’s ready to play more regularly, then he should have been sent out on loan.
At 20 years old, Carvalho needs all the game time he can get – which doesn’t seem to be much at Anfield at the moment.