Ross Barkley feels more mature after two years in England wilderness

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"We aim to improve every game, even if it is against Chelsea, for example, and we want to win every game. We know that. To underline our progress and development, we have to", he continued.

"I think in England they do not have such thick window glass as here in Switzerland!" he joked.

I put all I have, knowledge, passion, heart, experience, I throw everything into the club 100 per cent.

"We're trying to compete with City, and I look and they've got [Kevin] De Bruyne and [David] Silva in there".

"I'm over the moon to be back".

"I don't know when so let's have the best times of our lives until then".

"I remember I wrote in big letters on a paper the word "TEAM" and I said that is what I want us to be", the boss explained.

You can see over the past couple of years that England have produced some unbelievable players in the youth system and have won trophies, and I was a part of that with the U17s way back in 2010. Running in these transitions there is no one better.

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The Brazil global signed from Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco in the off-season but has been slowly eased into Liverpool's team, making only three appearances so far - two in the Champions League and one in the EFL Cup.

"So, it should be a win-win situation".

"I understand my football better now, more than I ever have understood it before".

"This is a fantastic moment to be a Liverpudlian, because it's all so positive in a not-so-positive world".

"It was frustrating for me because England means the world to me, to play for your country, but these things happen in football and you have to react and work hard to get your rewards, which I am doing", Barkley said. We have to keep that, it's cool, that's exactly how it should be, because there are more important things in the world out there than football.

"I'm playing a little bit more and that's important to me because it's important to adapt on the pitch by playing matches", Fabinho told the club's official website.

"It was difficult, it was always going to be as a local lad from Liverpool, supporting Everton from a young age, it is always going to be hard", he said.

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