Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo is hoping Jurgen Klopp will cancel his loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers and hand him a first-team role at Anfield. Ojo, 18, joined the Championship side on a season-long loan, contributing two goals and three assists in 13 impressive appearances so far.
The winger is hoping to continue to deliver a similar impact to that of Jordon Ibe, who became an integral member of Derby County's attack in the first half of last season. Ibe's rise with the Rams convinced Brendan Rodgers to cancel the loan deal and recall the winger in January 2015. The England Under-21 international has remained part of the Reds' first team since then.
Ojo is out to make the same sort of impression on the new man in charge at Anfield and return to the club earlier than planned. "He [Ibe] went out on loan last season and then got recalled back so it goes to show that if you do well on loan you get the chance to be called back and go straight into the first team," Ojo told Liverpool's official website.
"That's my main aim, to keep doing well and to get the call back, I just need to impress the manager. I am learning now at Wolves and getting more experience but the main aim is to come back and impress the manager, and hopefully I can start playing for Liverpool on a regular basis."
Liverpool currently have 17 players out on loan but all of them could briefly return to Merseyside so Klopp and his staff can determine whether the club should recall them. Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray, who took Reds youngster Ryan Kent on loan in the summer, recently explained to the Coventry Telegraph he expects Liverpool to recall their youngsters for an assessment.