With the hours ticking by until the big game at Old Trafford, Trent Alexander-Arnold previewed the fixture against Manchester United. The full-back is now back to fitness, and raring to go, hoping to create new, long-lasting memories.

Speaking to the Liverpool website, Trent Alexander-Arnold said: “I just try to think of every game as just another game. It’s a big game but it’s still 90 minutes, the objective is still the same: to go and win and stop the opposition. All that stays the same and I just try to focus on things that I can control.

“Every player will say that they hate being injured. I want to be out there as much as I can. I only missed two games, but nonetheless it still hurts. But it was a chance to work on things, get better and come back after the international break fitter, stronger.”

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Trent Alexander-Arnold very much speaks like a player with all the experience in the world, and that’s a credit to him. At 23, the Englishman’s football CV is mightily impressive. Already, he’s won a Premier League and Champions League trophy, with plenty more to come.

The game against Manchester United presents the full-back with the opportunity to create more memorable moments in a Liverpool shirt.

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