Andre Wisdom
Andre Wisdom is on a season-long loan at Norwich City from LiverpoolGetty

Andre Wisdom has revealed he is in contact with Jurgen Klopp and has held talks with the German manager over his long-term future at Liverpool. The 22-year-old joined Premier League outfit Norwich City on a season-long loan after signing a new four-year deal in the summer.

The defender came up through the ranks of the Merseyside club's youth system before breaking into the first team in 2012. However, lack of first team opportunities has seen him go out on loan at Derby County and West Bromwich Albion in the last two seasons. Wisdom admitted he moved to Carrow Road to gain experience by playing regular football for the Canaries.

"My future is definitely back at Liverpool because that is my dream and that is what I want to achieve," Wisdom explained, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

"I've had a quick catch-up with him (Klopp) to see where I am and how I am progressing. He just said keep going, gain as much experience as you can, keep working hard and above all enjoy your football. I am 22, which in football terms, is not that young nowadays.

"My situation doesn't really change. I came to Norwich at the start of the season to gain more experience and play more games so the objective stays the same. Obviously I am in contact with the new manager and the staff at Liverpool but my plans here stay the same."

Klopp took over the reins at Anfield after Liverpool showed the exit door to Brendan Rodgers in October. The former Borussia Dortmund coach has lost only two matches played in all competitions, which includes a 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United on 6 December. Wisdom admitted that he is delighted to have the Reds transform under their new manager.

"I watched them beat Southampton the other day 6-1 and it is exciting. I am a fan as well so I enjoy watching it and of course I keep in touch with some of the lads and they are enjoying it as well and I wish them all the best for the rest of the season," the defender explained.

"It is good for young players to get a chance, as I did when I got my opportunity with Brendan Rodgers so I wish Connor (Randall) all the best and all the young lads coming through. I don't really consider myself as one of the younger ones coming through now."